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... her. I would imagine so - that is all she knew until she entered our lives, and who would not miss such a spunky little girl.
The pictures are such a treasure. There are no captions or dates - we can only assume when they are from and what was going on at the time. We are so thankful for these pictures! ...
... Now she will say "uh-ewww." Quite amusing.
9. High chair - We swear she wakes up some mornings and says "high chair."
10. Hi-ya and Bye bye - She has been saying this for quite a while. Very sweet to hear that little voice and the drawn out words. Very Texan!
I am sure I have left out quite a bit of stuff that she has picked up on, but those are the ones most memorable to me. We are so proud of how much she has grown!
Our first stop on the road to South America was an overnight in Dallas, Texas on Spencer's B-day. So, I scouted out a famous BBQ place that was close to the airport and our hotel - Hard Eight Texas BBQ was it! We ordered a tray of meat - seriously. We chose a sampler tray of different meat including; beef brisket, chicken jalapeno poppers, spicy sausage, and some beef skewers plus we added corn on the cobb. Everyone's favorite was the beef ...
... quarter, but boy it was good. It also made dinner for the two of us the next night. Three meals for the price of one, now that's pretty neat. Cries of Yee Ha rang out along with hootin' and hoolerin'. It was someone's birthday and they had to ride the saddle while everyone yelled! The restaurant was full and people really seemed to be enjoying themselves. It was another grand night, experiencing the Lone Star ...
... of ice and even ice slides. We saw Frosty, Santa, the reindeer, squirrel and a nativity scene. The figures were made of coloured ice. We were provided with ski jackets to try and keep warm. My hands were really cold on exit. The Gaylord Texan had a centre area replicating areas of Texas like the Spanish missions and the canals of San Antonio as well as the ranch buildings of Texas. The complex was huge and very ...