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Old 11-03-2005, 09:46 PM   #191
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Our heater part came in the mail!

I've been so cold. It made me smile to know
that tonight Paulie can fix the furnace!!! Yipppppeeeee!!!
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Old 11-09-2005, 03:49 PM   #192
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my boy learned how to give kisses, this time without his binkie inserted. he was standing behind me on the couch, and i thought he kissed the back of my head, so i asked him to kiss me on the cheek, which he promptly landed a big, wet, baby kiss. then, quite aware and knowing that he did something cute, he smiled, tilted his head over, and shrugged his shoulders. i think he already is figuring on how to use this new trick to get his way...
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Old 11-09-2005, 03:56 PM   #193
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Awww, aren't they cute when they're little, bucky?
Until they grow up Mine are 18 and 20 now and they are so bad
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Old 11-09-2005, 06:58 PM   #194
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Buckytom..your son is an absolute doll.
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Old 11-10-2005, 09:13 AM   #195
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Our computer is fixed! It ended up that the router was fried and somehow a bunch of settings got switched. So DH's friend had a spare router he gave us and got everything up and running again. Yea!
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Old 11-10-2005, 11:59 AM   #196
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Buckytom..your son is an absolute doll.
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thanks marge, how can you turn down a kiss from this guy...

p.s.- he's not really a tough guy.


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Hey, we should create a new corner in this forum, "Buckytom's oh so cute photo gallery"!!
We never get enough of his lovely pictures!!
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Bucky,
Your son is adorable! He just made me smile. I hope to see more of his pics in the future. I will try to post pics of my toddler soon.

Last thing that made me smile was my friend's phone call. We just met in September, during an outing at my neighborhood park, and she and her family happened to be there. We share the same interests: cooking, family and we're both former elementary teachers, which is way too unusual to ever find someone like that. We were planning our Pampered Chef meeting for Monday night and our outing with our toddlers next week. She is surely heaven sent!

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Old 11-10-2005, 04:59 PM   #199
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Bucky.. there's no way anyone could think your boy is a tough guy.
He's just way way too cute.

You should enter him in a "cute baby contest"

He'd get my vote for sure!!


I smiled
today when I finished my Christmas
shopping for Paul's side of the family. We
will deliver everything when we go to Oregon for Thanksgiving.

We're having Christmas at home this year. We get to wake up
on Christmas morning in our own bed!!! I can't tell you how HAPPY that makes me. Mom and David will be here too. It'll seem a little weird with only the four of us...we're used to Christmas in Oregon where there is 20-30 people. But.... I really need a Christmas at home where I'm the MOM and not the daughter in law. Yippeeeeee! We'll have a tree for the first time in the new house and we've been here for three years! I get to decorate and cook and plan and have a blast! I'll prbly have the neighbors come over for dessert either on Christmas eve or Christmas night. I'm so excited!!
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We're having Christmas at home this year. We get to wake up
on Christmas morning in our own bed!!! I can't tell you how HAPPY that makes me. Mom and David will be here too. It'll seem a little weird with only the four of us...we're used to Christmas in Oregon where there is 20-30 people. But.... I really need a Christmas at home where I'm the MOM and not the daughter in law. Yippeeeeee! We'll have a tree for the first time in the new house and we've been here for three years! I get to decorate and cook and plan and have a blast! I'll prbly have the neighbors come over for dessert either on Christmas eve or Christmas night. I'm so excited!!
You will love it too. You won't want to do anything else.
We would go to one family and then the next every year. It feels good not having to rush and get things done at home and then drive somewhere else.
My family has Christmas mostly on the weekend before because they all have too many grandkids and want to do their own thing too. We have Christmas Eve with the inlaws.
It's so much easier that way and you have time to be with your own little group.
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