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Hi Crystal. We don't know one another. I was looking for an easy burp cloth pattern and found her site. I have to say that I love your blog! Your photos are amazing and really captures the moments. Thanks for your thoughtful sharing. Your children are truly beautiful--and yes, those blue eyes! Blessings to your family.

very cool story Crystal! it must have been the eyes, your children's eyes are gorgeous!!

Awwww how precious! and I love their blue eyes!

The part about the deer reminds me of an episode of Gilmore Girls where the deer runs into her car. hahaha


Dayna, believe it or not I couldnt believe he was so white. ;) And when he told me he doesnt tan I went so far as to try to prove him wrong bc I just couldnt believe it. An hour after dousing him in baby oil (!) and laying out with him, the poor man was a lobster! He looked at me, all pink and wincing and just said, See, I told you. How can you NOT date someone who will go through that for you?

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I love this, and it cracks me up that you threw him out there for not being able to tan! (As I sit here peeling from sunburn. And I'm not of the non-tanning variety)

isn't it the ordinary that really becomes extraordinary? i love that when i reflect through the simple moments of a day.

so sweet and wonderful. wishing you all the best with the birth-day to come. know you are very excited to meet the new man in your life. we are too! xoC

I just wanted you to know that I enjoy your blog. We don't know each other at all, I think I stumbled upon your site looking for an easy sewing pattern. I think your family is precious, and your heart is sweet and thoughtful, which shines in your writings. I wish you all peace and joy as you await your new baby boy! (I'm having a daughter, in June, and I cannot wait! She will join her 1 big sister and 5 big brothers!)

Great post.

Love this - gave me goose bumps - so true :-)

Loved reading this, Crystal. So you, so descriptive, so beautiful.

I love looking back on the UNspectacular moments in my life and realizing that they changed everything.

I'm so glad you didn't let your wet nails hold you back!

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