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Pre-Game Fun!








Michael and I decided to take a little time to celebrate Gabby before she started school.  We had a lot of fun spoiling her and taking her to do special things

Gabby had science experiments and had a lot of fun mixing ingredients and watching the water change colors and viscosity. 
Grandma and Grandpa drove her to the lake house while so she could squeeze out every minute of fun possible that weekend.  Mommy waited for Daddy to get off of work and then we went and got wood for the tree house and arrived very late that night.

Daddy finished putting up the hand rails all the way around the tree house with a little help from Gabby. Gabby took at least four rides on the boat and even swam in the lake.  She loved every moment of the time at the lake house!
Driving and letting the wind flow through her hair



The final product of the rails on the treehouse!
The day after we arrived home from the lake house was a fun day as well.  Gabby swam and played with friends all day long.  Then it was time to go to the Texans pre-season game with Daddy.  Gabby fell asleep on the way to the football game because she had too much fun all day long. Daddy and Gabby watched one quarter of the game while drinking Sprite and eating the sugariest funnel cake you have ever seen, but Gabby still fell asleep.  Daddy took her home.  Gabby says it was the best football game ever.  It was a lot of work for poor Daddy but he said it was a fun time together.  I think we squeezed in the most possible fun before Gabby started her career in school.  Hopefully she remembers all of the trips to the Children's Museum and playing with friends when she is older.  

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