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    A few pictures from J.'s Longest Year...

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I'm embarrassed to say this, but it took me several days to figure out the title to this post! (For those others out there with an addled brain like mine, I think it should read, [Taking time to smell] the roses) And because of that I kept trying to put the numbers with the pictures!! *g*

I'm so happy to see you capturing these moments, C, whether you document them here or simply "memorize them" for your heart & soul... may you continue to have awareness & time throughout your lives with E. and her sibling(s) (hey, I'm Gramma, let me dream!! haha) I personally wish I had done much more of it myself.... (((hugs)))

Missy,
She IS an organized two-year-old (she faithfully puts things back in their place) - BUT by the end of this particular day she had mushed so many of her little playdough pieces together that when we finally put them away I had to sort them into "mostly blue," "mostly red," "mostly green," and "mostly orange."

awww! I wanna play play-do with her! She looks nice and organized... not like my little Daisy who likes to mix colors! We don't get along about that... LOL!
Missy

It's the love in doing the simple things that make all the difference in the world. I am working on that at our house too. Great post!!


-Andrea

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