Saturday, September 19, 2015
Thursday, September 10, 2015
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Thank you to Angela, Anita, Chasity, and Jessica for helping with all of the door prizes and setting up for the event. It looked fantastic!!!
Thank you Penny and Angela for providing the cake and mini cheesecakes! They tasted wonderful!!!
Thank you to all of our moms/businesses who donated items for all of the wonderful door prizes:
Vielka's Jewelry Box - Vielka Valdez
Jamberry Nails - Annie Impson
Quibby-Made - Melissa Thornton
Paparazzi Jewelry - Anita Christmas
Avon - Elisa Bankston
Usborne Books - Chasity Authement
Danielle Aucoin Photography - Danielle Aucoin
Charleston Candles and More - Sarah Charleston
Essential Oils - Starr Lockhart
Game Day Disks - Ms. Darlene
Flowers by Tara - Misty Regan
Cle's Creations - one of our homeschool kids
Micki's Pencil Palooza Writing Camp - Micki Talbot
Melaleuca - Mandy Duncan
Pampered Chef - Shanna Raef
Bands to Bracelets - Ian Shelby
Seasonal in Louisiana/Kristie Stone Photography - Kristine Stone
My Kiln - Jaime Miller
Guitar Lessons - Pam Grisham
Andi Lynn's Elderberries - Andrea Leyerle
SBJamesPhotography - Baton Rouge, Louisiana Photographer - Suzette James
KDK Realty - Laura Flores
Ava Anderson - Jennifer Russell
Gift Basket - Alexander's Highland Market
Hand-crafted Sign - Patti McGrath
Hand-crafted Sign - Kate Kennamer
Photo Note Cards/Photo Frame - one of our moms
Cooler Bags - one of our moms
Thanks to City Cafe for doing an amazing job for our event!
Thank you to all the amazing moms who showed up and made it an AWESOME night with 100% attendance. We max out their space:) YOU ROCK!!!
(Hope I didn't leave anyone out. If so, please forgive me!!!)
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Tuesday, August 4, 2015
For this field trip, they had the SWAT team with their vehicles, the helicopter police who flew in and landed for all the children, and the K-9 team with their dogs for a demo. Each department talked to the children about their jobs, what's their requirements and what they do.
Due to the size of our group, we schedule 2 different days out there. Here's a slide show of some pics from that day.
Saturday, May 23, 2015
In April, we went to the Zachary Historic Village for a hands-on learning experience on how life was back over 100 years ago.
Some of the groups from the different days that was we scheduled…
One room schoolhouse
(Here they learned how the kids of different ages learned together in one room along with the different limit supplies that were available to them.)
(They learned about how wagons, shucking corn, grinding corn into grits and corn meal, etc.)
(The kids learned how they had to pump their own water for washing their clothes, hang them to dry on the clothesline, the outhouse, mowing the yard with a manual mower, etc.)
(They learned how the homes were much smaller yet could hold many people, high ceilings for ventilation, iceboxes instead of refrigerators, sharing a room, bathing in a tub with a water pitcher, portable potty in the room, etc.)