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Yearly Archives: 2012

Georgia Aquarium

I rarely keep Ross and Rayna out of school, but when my mom asked if we wanted to visit the Georgia Aquarium one day during the week, I was ALL in!  Ross has been totally obsessed with learning about fish and animals this past year, so I knew he’d get so much out of trip.  […]

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Inspiration from chalk

Life with Ruthie has been wonderful. She smells delicious and she’s sweeter than cotton candy.  When I say I can’t stop kissing her, I really mean it. But along with those perfect dimples and cuddly naps, I’ve found myself to be feeling a little sleep-deprived and, often times, uninspired.  My camera had been tucked-away for […]

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Our FAIR Tradition

If you were to open one of the big, leather photo albums in my parent’s living room, you’d quickly realize the Gwinnett County Fair has been a family tradition for a long time.  There are pictures of me as a toddler being held-up beside an award-winning watermelon picked straight out of our backyard.  There are […]

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Matthew’s Special Request…

When Matthew gets something in his head, he’s ALL-ABOUT getting it done.  That’s exactly what happened a few days ago. It was only 45 minutes before Ross’ carpool when Matthew realized his customers would soon expect to see pictures of Baby Ruthie.  So, he asked me to grab my camera and get a few quick […]

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Our Sweet Ruthie…

Here’s our perfect, little girl… Ruthie! We are all SOOOO ridiculously in love with her.  As a matter of fact, between me, Matthew and Rayna, I don’t think she’s been put down more than 5 minutes!

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Once Upon A Time…

There once was a little girl who followed ALL the rules. When a summer rain storm came and her mom encouraged her to go outside and play in it, she searched her closet high-and-low until she found her new umbrella.  Holding tightly to the only thing that was going to keep her dry, she barely […]

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