Thursday, November 3, 2011

MCA Homecoming Spirit Week

Homecoming Week at MCA 

 Crazy Hat Day

 Silly Sock Day

 Team Jersey Day

 Homecoming T-shirt day

Wacky Tie Day

Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Well here I go.....

OK I am going to do this... Yes I am..
My new goal is to blog at least once a week as I have been reading friends blogs daily. I keep telling myself I need to blog but NEVER take the time to do it. So here I go.. I am going to start with trying to catch everyone up with some pictures of my family and life the past year or so....

In August we moved Ronnie to Texas Tech...

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Happy New Year

Happy New Year 2010 Friends and Family! I have thought and thought about New Years Resolutions for 2010 and I have decided that I am not going to have any this year nor did I eat my black eye peas New Years day. I have always tried to make resolutions and I ALWAYS fail so this year I am not setting myself up for failure. Today in church was a GREAT message about the New Year, resolutions, our faith and church. So for 2010 no resolutions and no reason to fail. Today is just the 3rd so I am going to update you for this year thus far and I will see if I can do better blogging in 2010 than I did in 2009.

New Years day started out great with a New Years Eve party at the house. Great friends, good food and fellowship what more could you ask for. Most headed home before the New Year but Ronnie's girlfriend Haley and Angelina's best friend Morgan, Grandma and my good friend Holly. They helped us bring in 2010. Here are a couple of pics.

On New Years day we just slept in and relaxed! The day great just relaxing at home with my family. Craig and Ronnie took down all the outside Christmas lights and decorations so that is done. As for the inside in will be up for a little longer as I consider this next weekend.

Saturday the 2nd was a busy day for Angelina and I. We had lunch at the American Girl Bistro wih Grandma Nancy, Melinda, and Macy. The girls had a total blast and so did us mommies. After that Angelina and I headed to Cason's 4th birthday party before calling it a day.

Today on Sunday we went to Church wearing our Dallas Cowboy jerseys then out to lunch before heading home to watch the Cowboys play. Great job done boys! We took these pics between watching the game. Ronnie missed this photo session as he was at work :(.

Sunday, March 29, 2009

Well I am finally ready to let it go...

Well I am finally ready to sell Angelina's Baby/Toddler Furniture..

Baby’s Dream Generation Next Crib/Todder/Full Bed - Retailed for $499.99

Capturing the classic appeal of sleigh bed styling, the Generation Next crib has a drop-gate front that allows easy access to your baby. The crib converts into a toddler bed and then into a full-size adult bed with the addition of adult rails. Generation Next, the ideal choice for your family, is an entire collection of fine furniture that is designed to last for generations.

Crib/Toddler Bed Mattress – Retailed for $199.99

Generation Next 7 Drawer Chest – Retailed for $579.99

Generation Next Combo Changing Table Dresser – Retailed for $549.99

Generation Next Match Wood Frame Mirror – Retailed for $199.99

Generation Wood Rails to Convert Crib to Full Bed – New Used – Retailed for $149.99

Complete Collection Retailed for $2,100.00

Complete Collection For Sale for $850.00 What a Bargain!!

 About Baby’s Dream   Go to for more information about their Cribs

Baby's Dream has been making nursery furniture since 1990. Baby's Dream was the first to manufacture convertible cribs. Our furniture is designed for parents who want long-lasting, good quality furniture. The cribs are convertible, but the case pieces were also built with the same versatility in mind.

Baby's Dream is a family owned company that wants to become a part of your family for generations to come.


Safety: Manufactured to the highest safety level, our products undergo rigorous safety tests and meet all regulations set by the U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and the JPMA (Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association).

Quality: All Baby's Dream products are constructed of solid wood. This means no MDF, veneers, or particleboard. We build to be durable enough to last for generations. We even add extra thickness to our drawer bottoms and to restrict the possibility of stripping during conversions we use metal insert and bolt assembly.

Value: Designed with cost savings in mind our convertible cribs will grow with your baby and last for years to come. No additional purchase is required to convert to toddler bed.

Design: Our cribs offer 2-4 mattress levels, depending on model, ranging from 26 inches (highest position) to 9 inches (lowest position). This allows your baby to stay in the crib longer where he/she is comfortable. 


Call Kimberly at 972-658-3401 or email

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Happy Anniversary Craig!!

Well today Craig and I are celebrating our 9 year Anniversary.. Gosh it's hard to believe that 9 years has already flow by. But I guess when you consider Ronnie is turning 16 on April 13 and Angelina is 5 and will start Kindergarden in the fall that's about right. I still remember 12 years ago when Craig and I started dating .. the first kiss .. and more. I look forward to the many years still to come!!!

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Well I am not doing very good at this blog thing.. I can't even take time to give a update. HA HA Highlights include:

  • Angelina had a FUN 5th birthday party with her friends Sunday November 9th. Pics to follow.

  • Angelina Officially turned 5 on Wednesday November 26, 2008. We celebrated late that evening with Mommy, Grandma, Daddy, Uncle Steven, Holly, Morgan and the Carr Family. That day was Crazy since Craig had surgery that morning on this wrist!! Update to follow.

  • On December 6th we atttend The Neiman Marcus Adolphus Children's Parade in Dallas. It was a blast and pics to come soon.

  • We are in the process of updating the house so that seems to take ALL my spare time. Angelina's Room and Bathroom are complete but we have a LONG way to go.

Well I have to run and work on putting her toys and closet back together.