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Monday, May 12, 2008

Monday in May

*Uncle Jarrod and Aunt Katy snuck Olivia to the New Year's Eve ball in her PJs. Our poor Nanny has yet to recover from them "breaking" into our hotel room!
But, oh how much fun Olivia had dancing with her Uncle Jarrod!

We had another wonderful day!

Olivia and I worked very hard with her school and are about to finish up for the year. She is growing too fast and I wish I could slow it down. Who is this creature in my house these days? As we speak she has her hair in a clippie headed upstairs to soak in her tub while she reads and enjoys a glass of concord grape juice (in her purple wine glass mind you.). I am in so much trouble in the years to come.

Orren, well his bed is now in his room and the guest room is back to being a guest room. BIG milestone. He is still eating like a big boy and learning so many new things everyday. It is so exciting to see him changing and growing. Just a month or so until he is a one year old.

Joe seems to be somewhat under the weather and I hope he gets better soon.

Michelle and I have been planning out the summer and upcoming events. Our children think something is wrong if more than a week goes by that they don't see each other, so we have been trying to coordinate schedules.

My friend Janean from New Orleans called, and Joe and I are now the Godparents to her precious little boy Gage. We will be going down in Nov. for his Christening and we are so honored. I have not been back home to New Orleans since before Katrina. It will be fun to show the children where Mommy "grew up" They see Daddy's all the time.

Well, it's time for the gloaming, the wine is chilled, and the fire is burning so I had better run for now.

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