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Chips off the old block

This post is dedicated to pictures of our children.  Enjoy!

Anastasia has inherited her father’s fashion sense:

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Annie’s growing up to be a good PNG national.  She enjoys working in Rebecca’s little garden (now entirely covered by squash plants) . . .

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… peel potatoes and carrots, and dig holes.

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Which suits Tabitha just fine, since she likes to hide in holes,

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Tabby can say about twenty words, one of which is “hide.”  Rebecca asked her one morning where her milk cup was and she responded: “Hide!”

Unlike her sister, who still prefers to be read to sleep, Tabitha is a good sleeper.  Just tuck her in with her monkey and she’ll go to sleep on her own:

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Our hope is that Anastasia, who is now learning to read and write her letters, will one day be able to read herself to sleep:

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The girls are starting to be able to play together.  One of their favorite activities is to push laundry baskets around while saying “Vroom, Vroom.”

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Tabby can also build with Duplos, but seems to build simply in order to knock them down “Boom, Boom.”  Annie is not a happy camper when Tabby knocks down her buildings.

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Luckily, both girls are always up for a dance party:

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1 Comment

  1. Mikel E Satcher says:

    Simply Beautiful! Thanks for sharing! Peace and Blessings, Mikel

    Sent from my iPhone

    Mikel E, Satcher, PhD

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