October has been a month of visitors. Over the last 23 days, we've had company for 19 of them. But I'm not complaining! For real, both of our families have been an absolute God send while I recover from a third and (hopefully final) foot surgery.
Last week my mom was on duty and I'm sure she's probably still sleeping, trying to recover. We carried on with our normal routine and she was able to go watch Addison's dance class with me. This was the first time that we were allowed inside the studio since she started about two months ago. I honestly didn't have that high of hopes after "Annie" camp this summer. But the girl did good!
She is in the Pixies class this year, which is a group of 2-3 year olds.
We're taking baby steps after she scrubbed the floor the entire performance of Annie.
I was so proud of her though, actually following directions and paying attention to the teacher even with an audience.
She looks so big next to these little "pixies"!
After dance class, we headed to a small pumpkin patch to try to grab a few photos.
I just never works out as planned.
My kids had no interest in the pumpkins whatsoever.
The tractor was much more interesting.
But I went ahead and planted Graham for the token picture.
and then we headed home to something more his speed