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Baby Play Day

Yesterday was our Baby Play/Reading Time. We went to Ginger's house. She really went all out for us. She read two pumpkin stories, did an art project, made Pumpkin shaped Rice Krispy treats and had pizza. It was one of our best times ever. Thanks Ginger for all your hard work! For the art project, our babies dipped their precious feet in white paint and printed them on a black paper. The papers were then turned upside down and given ghost faces. They are darling. I will keep Emily's forever. Emily loved chewing on the stem of her pumpkin and looking at their dog out the patio window. I love getting together with these other Moms and babies. It is ALWAYS fun!
My friend Beth is coming Sat to visit. She lives in Tulsa. Her husband, Joey and baby, Baylor are coming too. Steve and Joey are going to the Razorback game. Beth and I will have so much fun. I have lots to show her and tell her. We are taking our babies to a pumking patch and taking their piuctures. I can't wait! In the morning, I am going to eat with Hillary and Kelly. I love being with them. I wish Megan could be with us too.
Well, I need to get busy cleaning the house for Beth. She has the nicest, cleanest, neatest house that I have ever seen.

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