Saturday, September 19, 2009

War Eagle!

My 3 Auburn Tigers

Marah and Caley

Camden and Joshua

Busby Tigers

Marah, Macy and Caley

This is our nine! The 9 kids that is on the Morrow side of the family. We are still waiting for the twins to come along on the Bowerman side (because whenever Ryan & Kellie decide it is time, they WILL have 2 at one time - Kellie's mom is a twin and her dad is a twin). So any time Kellie!
On the Morrow side, to say we love some Auburn football, may be an understatement. My dad was an Auburn grad so we grew up going to ballgames and walking to Toomer's Corner for lemonade. So now to carry on the tradition, Brooke, Ben and I all graduated from Auburn and all had 3 kids. All Auburn kids, except for Noah who has been saying he likes Alabama these days. I think he is being brainwashed by another family member - hint hint. Look at him in the 1st picture. Of course, they all don't look very excited. Trying to get 9 kids to smile or even look at the same time is crazy.

We love getting together on Saturdays to sport our Auburn wear. The kids were able to hold their hands up for "touchdown Auburn" before they were 1. We have been blessed over the years with some great Auburn memories.


Year of 2006 - Macy now wears Marah's little cheerleading dress.

Getting into it!

Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Marah's 1st Day of Pre-School

Let me just say, this little girl was more than ready to start school. She stayed at home with me last year when Macy was born. So she missed out on school. She could not wait for her first day this year. She picked out her clothes and folded everything nice and neat at the end of her bed for morning. She woke right up, put her clothes on and packed her own lunch box. She was READY to go!

The night before we put rollers in her hair. She has been begging for some for awhile now, so I thought I would give them a try. Marah has a thick head of hair and we have been trying to grow it out, so that requires even more maintenance. This hair is a mess after a good night's sleep on it. We have tried every trick in the book for trying to keep it as untangled as possible by morning, but we have lots of trouble!
I'm not quite sure if she is a high maintenance kind of girl, because she can get down and dirty with the best of them. She loves sports and loves playing with her brother and her boy cousins (Carter is her "bud"). I like the half and half thing. She is 50/50 now. She loves dressing up and doing the princess thing as well. We will see in years to come I suppose. I am kind of "go basketball player", but she may be "cheerleader!" Whichever she chooses will be great with me:) I guess - JK!

Mommy will miss her little helper at home, but I know she is probably helping her teacher as much as she can.

She loves her new backpack!