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A First for Emily and Playgroup





I hosted playgroup today! We had a great little group! I did not get a picture of everyone and some of the pictures I did take were of people blinking, chewing or turning their heads. Here are a few good ones.


When we went to my parents last weekend, we left Emily there at my parents for a few days. This was a first for Emily. She has never stayed by herself at their house before. She loves being with them and she loves being at their house. My mother said she only said she missed us once. She loves to feed their fish in the goldfish pond. They also have horses across the street that she loves to watch and feed. My parents church was having Vacation Bible School this week and so she got to go to that. She had the best time and loved her teacher and the kids in her group!
The visit was so good for her and she had a wonderful time.
The highlight for her was seeing a Copperhead snake on their patio. I was ready for her to come home after hearing about this!!!

My parents had an appointment in Little Rock yesterday, so I drove there and picked her up. Sarah Kate and Emily were soooooooo happy to see each other. I just knew they would sleep all the way home, but they talked to each other instead.

Comments

Nancy said…
That's sweet that they talked all the way home...they had to catch up :) Just like good sister's do!
Hope you had a wonderful week!!
Melissa said…
what great memories she will have staying at grandma's house.

and how sweet the girls "caught up" on the way home...LOL
Hillary said…
Your girls are so sweet. I just LOVE them! I want to come visit yall soon.

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