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Old 08-04-2012, 08:39 PM   #21
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I love hearing your stories and greetings. Thanks everyone.

Kayley, you sound like a crafty kid! A girl after my own heart. Great to have you here.

Yes Gina, my girl Erin is now "Three and a half," as she puts it (emphasis on the half). No longer a toddler, definitely a little kid! What a fun age. She wants to do EVERYTHING, and pretty much can. I taught her to knit this winter! (Not that she's stuck to it by any means, but I held the left needle, and she did a nice neat two rows, and the knitted cast on!) She still can't pronounce her R's or L's, and she's sooo sooo little in so many ways, but then she does these mind blowing things! Sheldon and I are enjoying this parenting thing a great deal.
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