Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Spring Break

Last week was Sophia's spring break. It was just what we needed. The first half of break was relaxing. Just one long play date, some projects at home and lots of snuggles and games. The second half was full to bursting with time outside and adventures around St. Louis and down in Springfield/Branson with my parents.

Thursday was spent around St. Louis, at the Magic House and hiking the trails around Laumeier Sculpture Park. That's one of my favorite things to do, and it's a great way to get started on a spring and summer full of outdoor activity.

Friday, we got to go to the Zoo with Casey and Henri. A special treat for any day!! We all had fun, but Henri and Sophia took fun to another level... A crazier, freer level.

Saturday was spent at Silver Dollar City. We haven't been there at non-Christmas time in quite a while. Sophia was thrilled. I think her favorite part of the whole park might have been the Old Homestead area. Here, she got to be a model student.

And she met Cotton, the cutest, fluffiest little horse she's ever met. She was very much in heaven.

Yesterday, when I took Sophia into school, she caressed the wall as we went up the stairs and said, "Oh, I've missed you, old friend." So, while Spring Break is over, the fun apparently continues for Sophia. She does love school.

Sunday, March 9, 2014

The Little Things: A Golf Story by Sophia Creach

Hi today I think that I will tell you about  my story of going golfing. Ok first I will tell you about my dad.So he is the kind of guy that he will most likely will do any thing to make you happy, and he will try to help you

 So were was I, oh ya! In fact today I tolled my dad to come to the golf  stall because I was going to give him the last 4 balls... But he said "No you can hit them"And I was so thankful for that. See some times it is only the little things that count.

By sophia creach

Monday, March 3, 2014

Science Project - by Sophia

,,Hi today I will tell you about my... SCIENCE EXPERIMENT! It went awesome, thanks for asking.I did a experiment on what happens when you put food coloring in water, with fruit in it.In other words, I was looking for if the food coloring went through the skin.It didn't! So learned that fruit is very protective.As I said before it was fun/awesome. I hope you enjoyed.Bye.

By sophia creach