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... over-sized seat. There was also a gracious Amish woman next to them who kept offering to hold the boys so they could "look out the window" or more annoyingly, put the window shade up and down, then up and down. The flight went fast, Bennett got antsy near the end, and Reid had a nice meltdown while waiting for our strollers on the jet way. Other than that, flying went much better than anticipated. ...
... and dancing (we play a lot of loud, bass pumping music). We can go down a list of objects and they point to some of those things and try to mimic what I say but it comes out jumbled. We taught them a few body parts like head, feet, and ears. Funny story, at their one year appointment Dr. Murphy said out loud that he was going to check Bennett's ears and Bennett immediately put his hands up to his ears. ...
... willing to conquer another (hopefully remarkable) year ahead. Christmas was fantastic (I'll get to that later), but shortly after, Reid came down with the flu. We kept him in quarantine and did our best to Lysol everything in sight but one by one we starting dropping like flies. I got it, then Chip. Five days in BB finally got it. We felt so nasty, so exhausted, so sick that I told Chip I didn't care if the ...
... in love I could hardly stand it. I loved them before but now, I knew it was something beyond love. Then months 7 and now 8. What have we gotten ourselves in to?! Our little boys are well over half a year old (and are all over the place). They are crawling, and then go from laying on their tummies to sitting up without our help. How did that happen?! We had to move their cribs to the lowest position because ...
... around the outskirts of Kansas City, Kansas and on to Leavenworth by mid afternoon on Sunday.
We had met Russ and Sue and their two daughters Melissa and Amanda more than 20 years ago when Russ and I worked for the United Nations and were both serving in the Syrian capital Damascus. Damascus claims to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world (a claim disputed by the city of Aleppo to be fair) and was then a wonderful place to live and work. The fact ...
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