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Lunch at the D's :)

Well, today is a long day for me:) For starters, Thursdays are normally my "day off" for the week, but it is different right now because parents are in Mexico for a long weekend getaway. So, I got here this morning, and won't leave until Saturday late morning when grandparents come to each take a kid.

Anyway, I'll let you know how it goes, but for now, here's a (super blurry computer) photo of me and the girls at lunch today. Fin's eating a tortilla and blueberries... pretty filling, huh? And Sel? She's digging into her hummus |she's OBSESSED| with her fork, and working on her second serving of blueberries and two tortillas downed already.

Sel, Me, and Fin :)

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mom-suzy said…
Hey Girls!
I hear you're gonna have a birthday boy crashing your slumber party!! Sounds like fun!
Lo-Green Acres said…
We saw your blog on facebook and thought what great idea to keep far away family updated on our lives with our own blog (logreenacres.blogspot.com). Anyway, thanks for the inspiration and say happy birthday to Tim for us.

Josh, Christine, Johnny, and Olue Loegering
Party being crashed by birthday boy husband was a hit! Fin played on her iPad showing Tim all the shortcuts around his birthday present: an iPod touch!

Loegerings--so glad to see you've found us and can keep us updated now with your blog! Your kids are precious.

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