We took advantage of having Rosh Hashanah off of school to head to Alabama. The girls have wanted to go to an Auburn game for a while, and we decided this would be the year. So, we planned to go down to Alabama to see Jen's family, and all of us would go to the game on Saturday.
We flew into Birmingham Thursday night. Friday morning Emmie had school, but the rest of us adventured to AirWalk for some trampoline fun. Leah got the hang of the big jump into the foam pit very quickly.
Everyone got in on the jumping action, even G’Mom.
Molly and Jen did some synchronized jumping.
We headed back to the house for lunch, and the kids got in a little porch play before lunch.
JJ doesn’t need to look at me to throw toys at this photographer. Duck!
Emmie was in for a surprise when she got off the bus to such fanfare.
And we were in for a surprise when Emmie told us she’d lost a tooth at school that day.
We then headed over to visit with Grandma Dot.
Molly had plenty of stories to tell Grandma Dot.
Leah must have told Grandma Dot something shocking to elicit this face. Either that or she’s become a vampire in her old age and is about to take a bite out of Leah.
The girls then put on an impromptu dance show for Grandma Dot.
That evening, we had an Auburn parade. Both Jen and G’Mom had made new Auburn outfits for all four kids. So, they showed them off, accessorizing them with megaphones. JJ might need a lesson in how to use a megaphone.
Here are the Auburn clothes Jen made. She made JJ’s shirt, Emmie’s dress, Molly’s skirt, and Leah’s dress.
G’Mom also made the kids Auburn clothes. She made all 3 girls’ dresses, as well as JJ’s shorts.
Then it was early to bed, as we had to get up early the next day to head to Auburn for the game.