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April 17, 2008

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Darling photos of your children! The shoe shadow photo is wonderful. Your little guy has quite the concentration to line up all those shoes.

There is a church shoe drive this week for a sister parish. I need to rustle up a few pairs. Our back door shoe basket is overflowing. Why or why do we need different pairs for outdoor fun, church, and playdates. We have way too many. Last year I bought Cit blue Crocs so that I could pass them down to Si. He is only 18 months but wearing his 4 year old sisters shoes!

Love those boots on Sunny-boy. I need to get a pair like that for Si. He's been wearing sister's pink rubber boots. lol.

Goodluck with your weekend. It is always difficult when my dh is away on the weekend. Just this morning Cit said, "I wish Daddy could stay home everyday."

Love the photo of Chef Taz!! Too CUTE!!!

We have a couple butter eaters in our home too! Ick!

Oh, it can be so tough when your Honey is away...but the reunion is soooooo nice. When my husband is away, I really appreciate him and the things he does even more!

Loved the photo of the "shoe parade"!


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