Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Stroller Strides Fun.

Today we had a great Stroller Strides class. We combined all the parks in the Corona/Norco group and met at Village Park. We had an awesome turnout. I am so lucky to be a part of such a great organization. I have met so many wonderful women. It is so nice to meet other mommies who are going through the same things that you are! I call Stroller Strides my therapy, because it is not just a great workout, it is great for the mind too! I always feel better after I make it to class, and so do the boys! After class today the Chick-fil-A cow came and brought everyone breakfast! YUM! I didn't know Chick-fil-A had yogurt parfaits?! They are so good! I am sure they weren't lowfat though! Here are some pictures from class.
All the momma's doing a warm up and listening to Dani

Side Planks!
Rylee and Talan & Gavin
Chick-Fil-A Cow
Gavin was scared of the cow!
Hahha, the cow went on the swings.

Here are some pictures from later today. The boys were just hanging out in the backyard. Talan loves this red car...we got it at a little consignment shop in Norco for $ can't beat that!
  Gavin is getting so good at his strider!! He loves it!

Monday, March 21, 2011

On a Roll...

Wow, 2nd Post in 2 days...lets see if I can keep this up!

It is pouring rain today. I hate these days because my boys are so active. They NEED to be outside and playing or it is just not a good day. At least we made it to Stroller Strides this morning, although it was too wet for them to play on the playground, at least they got to run around for a bit and got some fresh air.

I wanted to post a couple pictures that I have that show our house. I am not going to post any of the inside yet! I don't want to disgust you guys. I have not done any type of decorating yet (and I probably won't for a while) and we need to get some furniture that fits this those are gonna have to wait!

In this one you can see our pool with the lovely net over the top. Trust me, it is way prettier in person, and definitely a lot prettier without the net. But, safety first! At least until my boys can swim, but probably not for a long time because my luck they would be in it all the time. At least the net keeps them out! In the background you can see our shop. There is a fence around the little backyard/pool area that divides the rest of the property so it is nice to keep the boys contained while Mark is "working" in the shop.
 This next picture is of the front of the house. Please excuse the poor lighting. I really must take some classes on how to use my camera. All my pictures turn out horrible! We have our sign our front, and you can see the side entrance that takes you all the way back to the shop.
 This next one is just a different angle in the backyard, I was trying to show our view of the hill behind us. It really is so pretty here. We absolutely love it. And, No that is not our dog...the boys found it wandering in the front yard so we put up some signs. It ended up being a neighbors dog, thank goodness...the last thing I need right now is another thing to feed and clean up after!

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Guess Who's Back??

I have so much to blog about and now I can! I finally have internet in my house so now I can slowly catch you all up on what has been going on in our lives. I am super excited to get back into blogging. I feel like it has been way too long.

The boys are getting so big. I cannot believe it.

Talan learned to ride a big boy bike. Mark took the training wheels off his bike one night while I was a zumba, and I came home and he was just riding away like he had been at if for years. Those striders, I tell ya, they really work! All the practice he had on it took away any sense of fear he had because he felt comfortable and knew that he could catch himself with his feet if he were to lose his balance.
Here are some pictures of Talan on the strider...he still loves riding it. We took him to the skate park and he had a blast! I on the other hand was pretty scared. But Talan just laughed at me and said,
"Don't worry mom, I got this."