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We sure had a great summer! We saw sights in Memphis, traveled to Utah and Arizona, and enjoyed having Jordan at home. Jordan is now back in school full-time and we are grateful whenever we see him!
Tuesday, July 3, 2007
Hey, everyone! Lydia just learned how to stack the stars and I got it on tape. It's awesome. She used to have trouble lining it up, but I taught her how, and now she can do it all by herself. WooHoo! The best part is when she claps at the end.
Posted by Michelle at 2:28 PM
Monday, April 9, 2007
Jordan is still in school, we're still in Tennessee, life is still good. Jordo is planning on going to the Dominican Republic in May for 8 days with SVOSH (Student Volunteers in Optometry for Services to Humanity). He's just excited to be able to speak Spanish! I get to go to Arizona to be with my family while he is gone. Wahoo! We have made lots of friends here, Jordo is the ward clerk, I teach CTR 5's, and Lydia is growing up. She is crawling, pulling herself to standing, chit-chatting, and she has developed a social laugh. I try to be funny and at least I get a courtesy laugh now. We love our home and we can't believe we're almost done with the first year of school!
Posted by Michelle at 10:32 AM
In other words: chicken pox! Jordo was plagued with a case of shingles after he got stung by a bee, and Lydia got the chicken pox after the exposure since it is the same virus. Crazy story, but true. Poor girl is done with the worst of it, but she's still got lots of scabs. It's a good thing she can't itch yet, but really sad to watch her suffer.
Posted by Michelle at 10:19 AM
Hey everyone. . . we're trying the blog thing. I've never been the computer person in the family, but I am getting a lesson in life about role changes since Jordo is in school. Recently my Grandparents came to visit. We got a stop on the motorhome tour! It was wonderful to have them of course and we were sad to have them leave. Lydia learned to crawl just in time for Grandma who swore she would see her crawl, and they left just before the chicken pox set in.
Posted by Michelle at 10:10 AM