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The Last Few Days Around Here

We have had some sweet little guests in our home this week. This is Sarah Grace. Emily adores her!
Little Harper. My girls were thrilled that she came to play! They hovered over her the whole time. We also had baby Jordan over, but I forgot to get a pic.
One day this week we made an outing to T.J. Maxx. In the entry way, Emily saw these lunch boxes and told me she wanted a "suitcase for her lunch."
She is soooooo proud of it. This morning she asked me if we could pack her lunch for school. She does not start school for another three weeks. The girl is anxious to use the suitcase for her lunch!
The silly silly sister!!!

Comments

Charity said…
Emily looks SO grown up there! and alot like her momma!!

beautiful!
Lauren said…
I NEVER get tired of seeing pictures of your sweet girls!! :)
Tracy said…
Thank you for having SG. She had so much fun!
Kelly said…
Thank you again for keeping Harper! She LOVES her Aunt Laurie & E & SK!
Anonymous said…
I love her suit case for her lunch! So cute!!

It's great that she is excited about going back to school. My Lillian is so excited as well.

Have a great weekend!
Maryellen said…
Marilyn Monroe (Actress)

She was visited by Billy Graham during a presentation of a show.
He said the Spirit of God had sent him to preach to her.
After hearing what the Preacher had to say, she said:
"I don't need your Jesus".

A week later, she was found dead in her apartment .
Jess :) said…
Those girls are ALL so adorable!!! Love the new "suitcase!" Lunches ALWAYS taste better when they have something as stylin' as that to be carried in!!!! :) Trust me, as a teacher, I know these things!!! LOVE that :)
Ben and Bethany said…
Thanks for sharing your blog! SK looks so much like you!
Kim said…
A lunch suitcase!!!! I LOVE it!!! Did you just laugh your way through TJ Maxx? Acutally, I like to each so much I could fill a suitcase with my lunch and be very happy!! See you Monday! :)

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