We loaded up our bigs at 330 am last Thursday morning and road tripped it to SanAntonio for Roe to compete with the other level 7's in the Alamo Classic.
It wasn't a question whether we would go or not, Jeryka was really looking forward to this meet and would want the girls to compete. Jeryka's mom had texted us and said tell "Toe to kick boots and make coach proud", gotta love autocorrect.
Thursday night we spent walking around the riverwalk and checking out the Alamo, this is my kind of place, lots of mexican food and beautiful weather.
Mandi (left) coached us with Jeryka 3 years ago and then her husband got stationed at Ft Hood, Texas. This lady now has 3 girls under the age of 2 and made the trip to help Nicole out coaching the girls for the meet, thank you Mandi! Paige also competed with the girls a couple years ago and made the trip from Ft Hood. The timing couldn't have been more perfect.
So proud of these girls, they all had a great meet!
I was worried about Roe's bun, Jeryka had always fixed her buns (hair) when they came out during the meet, thankfully no issues this time.
the girls had to wait FOREVER for beam, 45 minutes before competing their last event, these faces...
As always my trips revolve around food, we tried out Rio Rio, funny story there, 2 thumbs up!
As much as I don't want my kids to grow up, I am loving their ages, the bigs anyway. They are fun, funny and super easy to take places.
Jeryka had the girls make goals for every meet and would write cards for them with inspirational quotes, Roe had a goal of getting a 36.00 all around. I thought it might be stretching it especially with beam as the last event, but she managed to pull it off,
I know Jeryka is proud.
Vault 9.225- no video
Beam 9.0 a generous score for a wobbly routine:)