The Tennerys are a family of four or six if you include the dogs living in Alabama.Follow along as Ellyssa, our very active sporty eleven-year-old daughter,cheerleads, plays basketball and softball and keeps us laughing with her personality. Read along as we learn more and more about Alex, our very lively two-year-old son, learns sign language on his way to actual speech.
Dad (Benji) works in retail and loves his wife and children.
He is an Auburn fan.
He has assistant coached his daughter's softball team for the last three years.
He enjoys playing World of Warcraft and grilling out.
Mom (Tricia) is a proud stay-at-home mom that loves her husband and children.
She is an Alabama fan.
She has an Associate Degree in Business Administration
and she is a Certified Pharmacy Technician.
She enjoys playing World of Warcraft with her husband
and spending time with her family AND blogging.
Ellyssa or "Lyssa"
She is an Alabama Fan.
She is a very energetic 12-year-old.
She is currently getting ready to start the 7th grade.
She has been a cheerleader since the age of 4, but recently decided to hang up her skirt.
She has been playing basketball and softball since the age of 5.
She recently made the Middle School Volleyball and Basketball teams for the upcoming school year.
She is an excellent student and excels in Math, currently testing 2 grades higher.
She LOVES being a big sister, playing softball, and swimming.
Alex, or "AJ"
He is a "future" Auburn fan.
He is 3 going on 10.
He has been diagnosed borderline autistic.
He began learning sign language as a way to communicate since he was non-verbal. Now he is talking a mile a minute although most of the time he doesn't slow down enough for us to understand exactly what he's saying.
He loves his big sister, cars, balls, and bubbles.
He thinks the dogs are his brothers and sisters and makes sure to share his food with them.
She is our 7 year old baby.
She is a chiwawa mix.
She has been with us since she was 6 weeks old.
She loves sleeping and biting the ankles of our big dog.
She wear an Alabama collar.
Sir Aubie Tiger, or "Tiger"
Yes, Dad registered him after the Auburn Tigers' Mascot.
He is a full-blooded Boxer.
He is 4 years old and thinks he's a lap dog although he weighs in at 85 pounds.
He is scared of fireworks and thunderstorms.
He's very protective of our family, especially the children.