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Joy School  // Posts tagged as "Joy School"

28 Jul Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Good Bye, Joy School

Good Bye, Joy School

Good Bye, Joy School

So, I’m going to break this down into a couple of posts.  We’ve had a lot happen in the last two months.  Sorry it’s been forever, but here we are.  Back at the beginning of June, things with the school year were winding down.  Anjali finished up Kindergarten and absolutely loved it!  She is so […]

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18 May Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Recital Season

Recital Season

Recital Season

I am feeling Baby A punch me in the guts right now.  Baby B does the same thing, but more towards my hip on the left side.  The boys are active and healthy.  I love feeling them and knowing they are okay.  They do keep me up a lot, and my growing belly has created […]

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04 May Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Butterfly Boy

Butterfly Boy

Butterfly Boy

It was a normal week.  Dance, school, music, and church callings were all normal.  We did end up throwing in a landscape job in the backyard and side of the house.  We also went on a date with some friends to Buffalo Wild Wings.  (Gotta get those dates in before they become obsolete with our […]

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09 Feb Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Twinners!

Twinners!

Twinners!

Whew!  We’ve had an intense month!  First off, I spent almost all of January in bed, trying not to vomit every single moment of the day (and most of the nights, too).  It has been absolutely rough, but we were treated with one of the biggest surprises of our lives! A few weeks ago, Dovy […]

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15 Sep Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Purple Shake

Purple Shake

Purple Shake

Woah.  One second while I gather my brains and figure out what I’ve done with my life this week. … There.  Now I’ve got it.  No, wait… maybe not.  There was just so much, it’s hard to pinpoint everything!  We are now in the full swing of the school year.  Both girls started dance (Elli […]

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08 Sep Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Flippin’ Your Fins

Flippin’ Your Fins

Flippin’ Your Fins

Last week’s post was pretty Anjali-heavy.  This week is full of Elli and Lincoln.  Elli’s fourth birthday is tomorrow and I can’t believe how big she has gotten.  Four seems like way too big for my middle child.  We had a Little Mermaid party on Saturday morning, and she absolutely loved it!  I also ended […]

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02 Sep Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on First Days of Kindergarten

First Days of Kindergarten

First Days of Kindergarten

We’ve had a big week, as usual.  Anjali started Kindergarten!  She really seems to be liking it.  She has been pretty energetic about it and I can’t wait to see what she learns this year.  She also started a music class this week (continued from last year,) and is really excited about the keyboard. We […]

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25 Aug Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on The Final Catch-up

The Final Catch-up

The Final Catch-up

Wow, we are pooped.  It has taken quite some time for us to feel normal again after this huge trip to Europe.  We loved the whole trip, from start to finish, and we love reminiscing about everything we saw and did.  The last week and a half has consisted of blogging about it, readjusting to […]

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07 Apr Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on Dog Attack, Holi, and Easter 2013

Dog Attack, Holi, and Easter 2013

Dog Attack, Holi, and Easter 2013

We had an eventful March.  I have not had time to even blog about it!  Let’s get this started then… So, the week after Dovy came home from London, he quickly contracted the stomach flu.  He was pretty sick, but recovered after a few days.  Later that week, Link and I left for a walk […]

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03 Mar Posted by in Blog | Comments Off on My (Permanent) Boyfriend’s Back!

My (Permanent) Boyfriend’s Back!

My (Permanent) Boyfriend’s Back!

Dovy is back from London!  It feels so good to have my other half back with me.  It was so much easier to lay in bed, fall asleep easily, and NOT listen to every sound the house makes at night.  The kids helped me make a “Welcome Home!” sign.  Anjali asked me to teach her […]

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