Cat, anyone?

I am having a bit of a hard time writing the final post… not sure why, just having difficulty finding the words. So, you all must wait until tomorrow. How about some photos in the mean time?

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We went to play at a friend’s house. She has three girls. Reed loved this princess bike and also came downstairs at one point with a funny purple clown hat on, with a tiara over it! It was adorable. Thanks for having us over, Sarah, Erin, Avery and Ember!

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This is from 2 weeks ago, when my mom was here. We went over to Manhattan, Kansas to Konza Prairie and went on a hike. Everyone really enjoyed it.

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How cute are these two together? This is over at Penguin Park in Kansas City, which is a fun park with lots of playground equipment.

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One of the fun things at Penguin Park. He is really enjoying it, right?

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Can you read his lips here? “Off!”

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Does anyone want a cat? Yes, I am serious. He is adorable and silly, but we can’t keep him and it is supposed to get down to 25 later this week! 1) I am allergic. 2) One of our dogs would eat him, seriously. Somebody, please?

Do you see the new twitter box to the right? I am going to share all of the funny things Reed says.  I stole this idea from my friend Rosemary, who just started tweeting the funny things her son Jonah says. Like this one from the other day…
Me: “Lena, is it okay if we call you Scarlett?”
Lena: “Yes!”
Reed: “I want to be called God.”

4 thoughts on “Cat, anyone?”

  1. Well, I can't wait for the final part of the Helen story, but this is definitely cute, too. And you've made me think that once I can publicize our adoption a little more I should tell the whole story about how we came to adopt her! I've written most of it down one place or another, but until now I hadn't thought about putting it up on the blog for everyone to read.

  2. Keeping track of kids comments is so fun. They love hearing their own quotes years later too. I keep track of ours on our calendar. I scribble them down as soon as possible so I don't forget. That way I remember who said what when.

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