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in gratitude

in gratitude (1)…for happy travelers.

…for a go with the flow pace.

in gratitude (2)…for my Grandmother.

…for summer swimming time at her house.

in gratitude (3)…for family bike rides.

…for time to connect.

in gratitude (4)…for remembering old and making new memories.

…for a very early morning walk, just me and the littlest.

in gratitude (5)…for sleepy heads.

…for time together.

little boy

little boy (1)
It happened…I’ve been waiting so long…because…after all, he’s the last one. So, this was the very last baby hair cut. I knew that once I cut his hair, he would instantly grow up. That seems like a silly reason really, but it’s true. So yesterday we gathered, the whole family to help in various ways in this last baby hair cutting ceremony so to speak. It seems appropriate, since this little boy will be two very soon.

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