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... minute they hit their car seats, they were fast asleep.
Ohio was similar to Minnesota - it was all about time with family. The Kellers put together a Friday fish fry that many of Chip's relatives were able to come to. It was extra special meeting Ashley and Paul's twins (who are 11 months old) and having their three kids ...
... to the doc that sure, he knows where his ears are, when really he didn't. But that gave us the idea to start showing them. Speaking of their appointment, Reid weighed in at 24 pounds and Bennett was just over 21 pounds.
We phased out bottles at the one year mark and introduced sippy cups and whole milk. I envisioned it being arduous and the babies reluctant to give up the ...
... worked, we were putting BB on it at the first sign of a runny nose. So came the runny nose and we hightailed it to the clinic where he was tested for the flu. Less than a few hours later it was confirmed and we were filling up a dropper of Tamiflu medicine for BB to slurp down (which he actually thought was disgusting). This is the first time in many (many) years that I remember being so sick I could hardly move. ...
... were there over the last days of the Lebanese Civil War and the First Gulf War didn't seem to stop our young families making the best of the experience. We had a little fun refreshing our memories of people, places and events from what now seems another life altogether. If it was a fine reminiscence, however, it ended on a sober note as we wondered what had become of the many people who showed us great kindness in the chaos that has become Syria.
For Jo there was also ...
... he lost 1st and 2nd gear - making his trike inoperable. His friends left him there.
We came upon him in a stranded state and asked if he wanted assistance. He said his friends had left him (we later found out that they drove back to Durango HD to get him assistance). We offered a ride to town (Silverton) - a short 8 miles away. He declined. Then George offered to make a call ...