Mason-Kate had a special day with her favorite man - her daddy!
From the moment they met, they held a special bond that only daddies and daughters can share.
The pair began their day at the circus with MK's kindergarten class, front row seats! Then, Ryan picked MK up from school and whisked her off to get her hair done - she chose to have it straightened and felt just like a princess as she watched Miss Hanna perform her magic:) Then it was off to dinner, MK's choice - Chick Fil A. And finally, they landed themselves in dreamland - the Father/Daughter dance.
In addition to spending the evening with her daddy, MK loved seeing all of her friends all dolled up and dancing the night away! Miss Addison is one of MK's favs from school and she also teams up with us at Girl Scouts. They have become the best of friends!
Meanwhile, I spent the day with two of the most handsome boys ever! They were looking sharp as they approached the capital building all prepared to present their bills to the awaiting crowd. They participated in Teen Pact - C's second year, P's first. It is a one day event held each year for homeschool children at the capital.
We were joined by friends and thoroughly enjoyed our day in the mock legislature. These guys are all set to change the world! Bills were presented anywhere from pesticide reduction to statewide donut day - take one guess who presented the statewide donut day???? Of course, P! Everyone was in favor of that becoming a law immediately! And C, on a more serious note, presented his bill to instate a law that would allow homeschool children to participate in local public school extra curricular activities. Some states already allow this, Georgia does not.
With these future lawmakers, anything is possible!
And, Maddox, well she spent her day with the undivided attention of Ryan's parents, G-Mom and G-Dad. When I asked her if she cried at all during the day, she replied, "No, I just laugh and laugh!" So thankful her grandparents were here for the day! It was most definitely one of those days that could not have been done without help!