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Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Olivia is HOME!

We are so glad Olivia is home. Things are settling back into normal. She had a great time and we are so thankful that my parents had this time with her. She was spoiled rotten and it may take a little time to settle back into her routine, but what a great experience for her. She is already talking about when she can go back. We hope it is very soon. We love them so very much and we could not be more pleased with the relationship they have.

Her Daddy was somewhat concerned about this photo as Hunter is 12! Surely we are not starting summer romances already! Oh my goodness! LOL, it was cute though and a sign of things to come!

Olivia and her little friend Grace Lee enjoying their crab legs. They are so precious together and seem to really have a fondness for each other. We hope their friendship continues as it has for a year or so now. It is great to go on vacation and have friends waiting on you!

We will post more later, we have a lot going on in the next few days so we will post when we can!


Anonymous said...

My kid won't eat crab legs any more, ever since seeing the Japanese spider crab at the aquarium. They have declared crab legs "creepy." LOL Glad she had such a nice time with grandparents. Vacation friends and camp friends are great to have.

HEWY said...

I love the crab legs picture. It reminds me to watch reruns on Discovery Channel ;)