June was welcomed with Swim lessons and dentist appointments.
Kinzi went with Dad to their appointments. She informed the dentist that she wanted to be a dentist when she grew up, and a mom. She also informed him that she wanted to work there. He promised her that job in 24 years he said. It makes Phil so happy that she's got a fun idea of what she wants to be when she grows up. Dr. Porter said she is a very animated 5 year old.
The next day was me and Baiden's turn to go. He insisted on wearing his Batman mask. I couldn't tell him no. The hygienist got the biggest kick out of it. In fact she asked if she could take a picture so she could tell people she cleaned Batman's teeth. She also sent me the picture, pretty hilarious. He did really good. I was in another room, but I heard him laughing and talking so he wasn't scared. We love our dentist.
These seemed to be the only pictures I got of swim lessons. Go figure.
Me and Hudsy boy just got to hang out.
Hudson's new haircut.
I realized fathers day was coming and I needed to get the kids pictures for daddy's tie done. So I dressed them up for no other reason then to get some cute pictures for dad. They turned out really great. So good that the lady had to ask me at Walmart if they were professional because I needed a photo release. Luckily they were only taken from my cell phone.
She's the most photogenic little girl. Not to mention she poses herself and never complains. It only takes one shot with her. She's just so old.
Kinzi then turned 5! She had it set that she wanted to go to the movie theater for her birthday. I tried to explain that taking a bunch of friends to a theater was not exactly affordable. However, she really wanted to bring friends along. So we compromised. "The grown up Cinderella Movie" as Kinzi would say, was showing at the dollar theater, and even though most the girls had already seen it we agreed that's what we would go see. I wanted to fit everyone in my van so I could just pick them all up, so we did just a cousin party. Which are really her best friends anyways. One cousin did meet us there only because she lives right next to it. Ended up I only had to pay for me and my friend who came and helped "chaperone" the party. All thanks to kids club passes all the girls were free. $4 dollar party isn't too bad. I brought popcorn bags with M&Ms inside, water bottles, and they each got a crown and necklace. So fun. They all did well and sat through the whole movie. Kinzi was the only one who got restless ha.
I told them all to pose like a princess for this picture.
After, we got massages and then went to dinner at Olive Garden. Tried the Italian Doughnuts for the first time and man those didn't disappoint.
We then did some swimming at our hotel that night. We had plans to go hiking in Sedona the next day but the forecast was 103. Way to hot to go enjoy ourselves outside. Not to mention we were there to get away from the heat. So we went shopping and got Phil a good lot of new clothes for Fathers Day. We also found some barstools that we have wanted to get in our house since we moved in. It's actually enjoyable to shop without kids, who would have thought.
We decided to drive through Sedona on our way home because we have been trying to get there for a couple of years now. We thought if we wanted to stop we would. Well, it was packed! So many people there. They were parked just off the road and people were walking everywhere. No thanks. It was a pretty drive though. But, then I fell asleep when we actually reached Sedona and only woke for the last couple of buildings haha. Hey, we made it though. It counts.