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Photo of the day: 11-20

Ten more photo of the days…

Day 11: I saw this on pinterest and decided to surprise Mazie with it for her lunch since I wasn’t going to be able to join her at school.  I wrapped her lunch in tissue paper and red ribbon.  She had no clue until she got to lunch and opened her lunch bag.  She seemed to like the surprise.

day 11Day 12: Mazie’s eleventh birthday.  She enjoyed her day (you can see that post here).

day 12Day 13:  Jamie didn’t want to share the chair so Jacob decided to lean on her instead…

day 13Day 14:  It was so cold Monday morning (in the negatives) so I let Jacob dress next to the fire.  He was taking his sweet time getting his clothes on…

day 14Day 15:  This is where Maxine likes to rest while I am doing things on the main floor.  She needs to know where we are at all times.  Can’t say it’s a bad spot to snuggle…day 15Day 16: Fondant pieces for a cake.

day 16Day 17: Laundry day.  Every Thursday…six loads of laundry (one was already in the washer).  Sunday is the other laundry day which is usually only 5 loads…

day 17

Day 18: Our very first shot in the arm.  Before today, we’ve always had them in the legs.  Today she was due for DTaP and she received it in her arm like a champ.  “I didn’t feel a thing, Mom.” was my text from her on her way home (Dad was the privileged one to take her).  Far from the little girl who had to be held down by both parents to receive her vaccines…

day 18Day 19:  The cakes with the fondant pieces from a few days ago.  The cakes were for twin boys!

day 19Day 20:  Typical Sunday afternoon, waiting for football to start, playing any electronic that isn’t being charged…

day 20

So that means I have 11 days left.  I think I can actually get that accomplished!

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2 thoughts on “Photo of the day: 11-20

  1. Gramma Boyer on said:

    I know you can! And what a great job you did so far!……BTW…LOVE THE BUTT CRACK PICTURE…way too cute!

  2. Gramma Boyer on said:

    Mazie…just re-read this post and realized I forgot to comment on how proud I am of how far you have come in dealing with fear!….So….I am one proud gramma!

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