I am so proud of this girl. She is my homebody. She's gone out of her comfort zone and made new friends. Funny thing is she's found that her 2 good friends live on the other side of the street (they recently moved to the neighborhood). She has really adjusted to school and enjoys going everyday.
Today Cosette would be 8 years old. We miss her so much. Often I find myself trying to picture what our adventures would be like if she was still here.
We are grateful for the 15 months that we had her in our lives and got to know her beautiful spirit. We know that we will be with her again and that day will be a very sweet one. We know she is in Heaven and watching over us. We know that because we were sealed as a family in the temple, that we can be with her again. There is assuredly life after death. We are grateful for the new temple in Indiana. We miss you and love you so very much sweet Cosette.
We all attended the cultural celebration tonight. It was at the Soccer Stadium on the IUPUI campus.
All of the youth ages 12-18 worked on routines for several months. They performed for President Eyring, 1st Counselor in the Presidency of the church. They did a great job.
The kids enjoyed all the performances. Lucy loved the dance numbers.
Ben, mom and Ally
The boys loved watching the race cars on the track.
There were youth in racing outfits that were pretending to be cars and there were 2 crashes. They were pretending to be the Indy cars. The kids dressed in black and white to represent the checkered flag.
We had a great time together. I sure do love this silly bunch.
This crazy 4 year old goes to sleep in her bed and I wake up with her in my bed.
So lately I just move her to the pack n play next to my bed and she loves it, for some odd reason.
Anyways, when we went swimming at Julies house a few weeks ago, Ally found a craw dad in her pool and kept it. Somehow the thing was still alive and we decided to release it into the creek and throw rocks in.
Some of us like little rocks..
and some of us like big rocks..
and some of us like to try to find the smallest rock.