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Baby Frank’s 2nd Birthday

We celebrated Baby Frank’s birthday with orange balloons this year – the color of his nursery. I purchased a balloon for each boy. I should have known to get an extra! In the first photo you can see Mason starting to not really hold on to the string. Then you see his balloon stuck up in the tree. And in the third picture his eyes are red from crying and he’s holding Mack’s balloon. Thankfully Mack was just fine without his balloon!

We sent our balloons up to heaven and I know Baby Frank was looking for them on his birthday. We are so blessed to have our little angel looking down and watching over us. As we say in our nightly prayers: “God is Great, please take care of baby brother and have baby brother watch over us – Amen. We love you Baby Frank!”

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Easter 2014

I have such fond memories of dying easter eggs as a kid. It was usually at my Grandma Wall’s house. And guess what? Those little yellow pyrex dishes are the ones we used at her house. I am so lucky to have them for my family to continue the tradition! We even had an easter egg hunt in the back yard. I also bribed the boys with something sweet for the photo-shoot pics. Fai made the cutest bunny hat for Mack:-)

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P&M’s Preschool Graduation

These two. Little 5 pounders to pre-school graduates in a blink of an eye. Their preschool class this year was full of some really really really good kiddos. Everyone got along and every time I was there it was amazingly calm.

The boys’ preschool teacher, Ms. Klein, chose one word to describe each of them and she is spot ON:

Mason: “spunky”

Prior: “tender”

Mason reported that he wanted to “serve his country” when he grows up. Prior reported that he wanted to “be a welder” when he grows up. The interesting thing is that Prior often asks if careers or jobs make a lot of money or not. “Mom, does a construction worker make a lot of money?” Clearly he’s the son of two accountants:-)

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