I remember when we were so proud of ourselves as parents for keeping her alive for four weeks! It seemed like such a big milestone.
She seems to be loving college life. She dyed her hair the first week, so our cute redhead now looks like this:
I think she expected us to be mad. Honestly, I kind of like it. Go figure.
I'm assuming classes are going well. We really don't hear much from the "Great White North." I think that's a good thing? Also, if you got that reference, you are SUPER cool...hoser.
We did get to see her over Labor Day. She and Emma sweet-talked Mark into letting them come home for the long weekend.
I think the feeling was mutual.
I'm sure Peyton was super excited to hop in the car again the next morning...
It felt a little like this:
We put her to work at the Catholic fair booth at the Twin Falls County Fair Saturday night. I think Uncle Scott was happiest to see her there. He needed all the helpers he could get! We've been helping for the last several years and I think Peyton would have been bummed to miss out.
We got to have a little fair fun, and a lot of fair food on Sunday.
Mark missed his baby a wee bit I believe...
Not me though. I'm stoic...
We will get to see her for Homecoming the first weekend in October. I think we'll totally play it super casual though. ;-) Oh, and....Go Vandals!