Kayla and Saskia happy to be at the hotel.
Our hotel is in Bricktown directly behind the ball field. After several of us had arrived we walked over to Coach's to get some dinner. The girls had a great time together, and for some reason they decided to tell everyone that they were from California. Very random.
Chloe, Saskia, and Kayla
Chloe, Saskia, Kayla, and Katie
Chloe and Kayla are actually both on Face Time...with each other!!!
The next morning we went to watch one of our groups compete. Then we all headed to Abuelos for lunch. There were around 25 of us. Here is the kid side of the table.
The next stop was this super cute cupcake and candy store called Pinkitzel. It was a fun little place to go, but I am glad we do not have to frequent it. The cupcakes were $3.50 each, and the candy was $3.50 for 1/4 lb. That is a little too pricey for me. It only takes about 3 jellybeans to equal a 1/4 pound!
Lots of candy...
And lots of yummy cupcakes
Saturday night was the swim party
Followed by a pizza party in the hotel breakfast area.
Sunday morning it was time for business. Another mother came over to do Kayla's makeup for me. That is normally Grandma Sue's job, but she did not go on this trip with us. It got to be a little chaotic in the room!
We had to leave the hotel before 8 in the morning. That meant we had to check out. We managed to get everything loaded up. It is amazing how much stuff we had!
She is ready to perform
A last minute practice with her teacher.
She won a Diamond Elite trophy (that is the highest level trophy they give out). That was really exciting because Kayla has never gotten that before. She also tied for first place for the intermediate level in the 9-10 age division. She got a medal, a plaque, and a $50 check.
Congratulations Kayla!!!! I am so proud of you.