Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Red River Reveling

     Fall has finally arrived in Shreveport! The weather is cooler, the pumpkins are on display, and the Red River Revel is hopping. Usually, I look forward to the Revel food (which is amazing and fried and delicious), but this year I was excited about the children's area. We met up with Sara Beth's friends, Tristen and Owen (and their sweet mommies), one afternoon to have some fun. Here are some pictures from this year's Revel fun.






Monday, October 10, 2011

Lazy Sunday

     It is our tradition to visit with family on Sunday afternoons after church. We alternate weekends with my parents and Adam's parents. There is always good food and good company invloved! It's on days like these lazy Sundays that we realize how truly blessed we are to have such a supportive family so close by. Last Sunday, we spent the afternoon on the lake with Nonni, Opa, Uncle Travis, Aunt Kiki, and Charlie. Here are a few shots from our lazy Sunday.



Sunday, October 9, 2011

Adam. . . a.k.a. Super Dad!

     Let's review for a minute. My husband quit his job to be a stay-at-home daddy to Sara Beth this year. He's amazing at it! Really! She is learning so much from him. I'm amazed! Not only is he a great daddy, he also whips up yummy deliciousness like this loaf of homemade bread, while I'm at work. Are you jealous? Well, you should be! He's the best!

Saturday, October 8, 2011

Best Friends

     Last week, Adam did a little babysitting. Tristen and Sara Beth had a blast together! This is such a fun time in their lives!
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Birthday Celebrations

     I'll be the first to admit that I've been terrible about keeping up with the blog and updating facebook since I've started working again. Honestly, I just can't find the time. So, here's my attempt to get caught up. The next few days should bring some new posts about the last couple of months at the Hart home.
     Last month, we celebrated birthdays for some of our really special friends. First, we made the long trip down south to Hammond, LA for Sullivan Tabb's 2nd birthday. His parents, Michael and Kristin, just built a new house on some great property, so this trip was a good excuse to see their new casa too!  The tractor party was fun, the jambalaya was delicious, and the weather was perfect. But the best part was just getting a chance to spend time with good friends. I wish we could do that more often!
Tactor ride!

Sully and his mommy blowing out the candles

Who knew an ice chest full of ice could be so much fun?

     Later in the month, we drove over to Marshall, TX to celebrate the birthdays of ALL 5 of the Stringer kids. Our long-time friends, Michael and Laurie Stringer, have 5 precious kids. Little Michael and Hope were turning 7. Titus was turning 5. Faith and Grace were turning 1. Each kid had their own decorated table and their own homemade cake in whatever theme they requested. It was so much fun! Kudos to them for raising 5 children! I can barely handle one!

According to SB, the watermelon was the best part of the party!

Water slide fun

Cool girl!

The Stringer family 
 

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