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Hey, I was reluctant to look at the fourth birthday photos because it really makes me sad. That's so horrible. I miss you guys so much. All of your photos have been a treat to look through. I am so happy that you guys are enjoying family time together. If anyone can fully appreciate it, you and James can. I tell myself that Evyn is still the same, just a little older. The face she is making in the photo of Ashlyn knocking her blocks over is priceless and resurfaces so many wonderful memories.

That looks like a whole lot of fun! I love the flags, those are adorable! Thanks for sharing, I love the photos!

That looks like a lot of fun! They grow up much too fast.

Hi! I enjoyed scrolling through your blog! You take AWESOME pictures! Thanks for your ideas on what do do with my plates!!

What a wonderful birthday - your pictures are amazing too!! You really got some wonderful ones...I love it when that happens :-)
Happy 4th Birthday!!

Can you share more about your birthday banner that you put their handprints on? Is that something you reuse every year? If so what is it made of? (I found your blog when I searched baby belts. I am trying to make some for my friends!) Thanks for sharing all your fun mommy tips.

What a great looking party! I love the flags you made, you picked great colors!! Happy birthday to the super cute four year old!!

Happy birthday to your little girl. I love her cake it is so cute, what a fun idea to have it at a pumpkin patch. My son just went to a birthday party at a hunted house this weekend and he said it was one of the best parties he's ever been to.

I've just been reading some of your older posts, trying to get an idea of what Military life is going to be like. It's not very often that I come across a blog post that makes me cry, I cried over several of your posts. Especially the posts about your daughter. I don't think my husband will have to do anything dangerous, he's not infantry or anything but I'm not looking forward to any seperation at all. He's only at Basic Training right now. Our daughter is 9 months old. I don't think she will know who he is when he comes home.

Crystal, the decorations are lovely, and so is whole idea for the party. . . . which is exactly what I would expect from you. You have a "lovely" touch.

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