Besides the usual skiing lessons, we had a lot of fun things to do with the kids this weekend. Porter's teacher had selected a piece of artwork of his to hang in the elementary school art show at the mall (such as it is here), and we got to go to a reception there. Apparently it is totally embarrassing. Especially when your mom takes a bunch of pictures.
Molly had her annual preschool play/fundraising event. She's a little too young to understand the whole concept of the skit, and she sat patiently in the back almost the whole time just waiting for someone to call her out. Which they never did. And then she promptly fell off the back of the stage, where I rescued her screaming upside down body from a pile of old props and electrical cords. Still, she had fun.
Bryce also built this amazing stool for the silent auction. That's the Alaska state flag inlaid on the top!
Finally, we got to observe Molly's ballet class. They are strict about almost everything, and don't let parents watch (or interfere) most of the time. I took a lot of pictures, but when I went to look at them later, Molly is either blurry from running so fast or looks something like this.
She was so distracted by us being there that I can understand why they don't allow it. And I could hear the future report card comments. Talks when should be listening. Can not keep hands to self. Oh well. It was still the cutest thing ever.