So it’s been awhile since I’ve blogged and although it’s way to late in the evening to blog right now I had a few minutes to upload my pictures and because it was such a cool day I thought I might as well do it now.

Today was the Grand Prix for Awana. For those who don’t know what that is here’s the low-down. Awana is a clubs program for christian kids to participate in. They learn bible verses, play games and are basically challenged in their spiritual walk. The Grand Prix is a special day set aside for each child and parents who want to participate in creating a car and racing it against other kids cars. Although James and I have not chosen to put our children in clubs we have made it a priority for them to participate in the Grand Prix. It’s our third year and although it makes for a really long day it is neat to see a big group of kids hanging out, enjoying each other’s company and doing something fun.

Last year James, Sam and Jake all made cars. Jake was the only one who took home a trophy and it was a second place in the Novice B division. This year the Davenport men cleaned house. Sam and Jake raced against each other in the finals and Jake took home first place, while Sam proudly claimed third. Then James took home second in the pro division. My men don’t worry about their design (despite the fact that James does design type stuff for a living). The boys just draw a picture of what they want daddy to cut out and then they sand and paint them together. It’s a quick, easy, manly thing to do together and they enjoy every minute of it.

Here are a few pictures of their fun moments!

Next year will be an entirely different look because Lanae will want to participate as well so it won’t be the manly, boy time but it will still be completely enjoyable. It was so much fun watching them celebrate and enjoying being together.

3 thoughts on “A day to remember

  1. Great job Elise! It’s so precious to see our kids enjoy these ‘little’ moments in life! I was just as entertained by Jake that day as I was by everything else going on. His enthusiasm was definitely catchy!!!

  2. As soon as the chilly winds Abercrombie Polos initially start to blow every year as autumn sets in; people go to their closets Abercrombie Polos and pull out their sweaters dog coats and ed hardy Hats jackets to ensure that they are comfortable as the temperature drops. Your Ed Hardy Sale dog deserves this equal treatment so when you pull out yours, do Ed Hardy Sale remember to pull out your dog’s warm dog clothes as well.If the night is chilly, but Ed Hardy Swimwear not quite freezing, even something as Ed Hardy Swimwear simple as a warm dog sweater will help you to keep your dog warm.

  3. During the pandora sets sale World War II, Art Deco jewellery was
    pandora earrings sale a very popular style among women. The females started pandora earrings silver wearing short dresses and cut their hair short. And buy pandora earrings such boyish style was accessorized with Art Deco jewellery. They used discount pandora earrings long dangling earrings and necklaces, multiple bracelets and bold pandora charms and beads rings.Art Deco jewellery has harshly geometric and symmetrical theme instead pandora style beads of free flowing curves and naturalistic motifs. Art Deco Jewelry pandora glass beads today displays designs that consist of arcs, circles, rectangles, squares, and pandora beads sale triangles. Bracelets, earrings, necklaces and rings are added with long lines and curves.One pandora earrings example of Art Deco jewelry is the Art Deco ring.Art Deco rings have sophisticated sparkle and bold styles. These rings are not intended for a subtle look, they are meant to be noticed. Hence, these are perfect for people with bold styles.

Leave a reply