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Parents for a Visit

Hooray Hooray! My parents were able to come visit us this past weekend. They had not been here since June! We had a really good and busy time together!


Comments

what a treasure! I'm glad y'all were able to make some wonderful memories!! The girls' outfits are precious too!
Tara G. said…
Laurie, these are such precious photos! My kids skyped with my parents the other night for a long time and I enjoyed sitting in a chair and just listening to it all-I get a lot of delight out of their relationship as you obviously do with your family, too!
Nancy said…
Precious times! So glad they were able to visit!
My Dad is having issues & endoscopy on Friday...I love spending time with my parents.
Happy Holidays!
Claire said…
Sweet times!

Cxx
Maryellen said…
Glad to see your Dad looking well.
Girls are so dear.
His Doorkeeper said…
Laurie, It is so good to see your parents! Your Dad looks great and looks like he is basking in the attention from his two precious grands!!

Love the first picture! Your parents are special people!
You all are blessed!
Johanne said…
Looks like everyone was happy your parents were able to visit. Its wonderful. The girls matching outfits are beautiful :) Oh how I love girls little outfits :) Hope your girls are enjoying this wonderful holiday season.
Anonymous said…
Oh your girls are so cute. I love their matching shirts!

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