|2006. Seven years old and all smiles.|
|2007. Grace has performed since she was two or three years old. Here she is singing for her grandpa Jim's 60th birthday, "I Love You a Bushel and a Peck." Jennie Jordan Frogley was hired entertainment, but Grace gave her a run for her money!|
|2008. Family trip to Nauvoo. My favorite trip EVER.|
|2009. In front of San Diego Temple.|
|2010. Grace and her dad on Independence Day.|
|2011. Grace received the Hope of America Award at the end of sixth grade.|
|2012. Grace's last performance for Showstoppers.|
|2013. Gracie is a 13-year-old aunt! Welcome to the world Baby Zia!|
Now she's almost as tall as her mom.
Grace had a great 15th birthday.
Grace loves Studio C. We got to watch them perform live a few months ago at a Roots Tech conference. She waited in line for a very long time to get this t-shirt signed by the actors, and we saved it for her birthday.
|Grace's favorite charity is Mothers Without Borders. This fabric tie rug was made by someone in Zambia and Grace spied it when we helped set up their annual fund raiser boutique.|
|One of Grace's best friends treated her to breakfast burritos and shopping for a new blouse. I love these two girls. So much.|
"Flash mobbing" Wendys. Only there were no customers there in the middle of the afternoon. Oh well. It was much warmer on the fingers than the cold park.
|Roxberry smoothies. Yum. :)|
We spent the evening watching her Symphonics Showcase concert. Fun!
Watch Grace's quartet "Cups"
And a happy birthday song to top off the night. These choir kids have nice voices, but it's their tradition to sing off key.
|Four good friends. With a lot of talent. By the way, our cute fiend in the turquoise blouse was a last minute fill in. And she rocked it. Nice job all of you!|