Tuesday, October 28, 2008

It Finally Fell Out!!!!!

Okay so Abby is 6 and 1/2 and has not lost any teeth, until now. Back in August her front bottom tooth started to get a little loose, it has been ten weeks and has not fallen out. This poor little tooth has been hanging by a thread for weeks now and has been the entire focus of Abby's life. Well today at school Abby was at her art table and the tooth just fell out in her mouth, she spit it out and raised her hand and said "Miss White my tooth just fell out". Being in first grade all of kids came running over to see. When I picked Abby up from school today half the class came running over to me to tell me all about it. We are so excited that the tooth drama is finally over and the tooth fairy can make her very first visit to the Johnson house.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Family Trip!

So we decided to take a little family road trip before Abby went back on track. We drove down to Vegas for one night to visit a friend and then went into the St. George area to visit Kelly's Dad.
It was a lot of work but also a lot of fun. We visited FAO Schwartz, the M&M store and the Coke factory in Vegas it was a ton of fun. We also drove around to find a Peter Piper Pizza, Kelly's very favorite restaurant in the whole world. Then Grandpa and Grandma took all of us to the little reservoir by their house and took us for boat rides and let us play in the sand. It was a great little trip that was really needed. Thanks Grandma and Grandpa!

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Just as a reminder that October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Anyone that knows me knows this is a topic that hits close to home. With two aunts and a grandmother that have been diagnosed with the disease and having just lost my mother to breast cancer it is a topic that is frequently on my mind. This month is a great time to just do a little research and see what you can do to protect yourself and your family. The link to the National Breast Cancer Awareness campaign and the Susan G. Komen website are listed below. Take a second and see how you can get involved.