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It was a fun weekend at our house. We celebrated April’s 25th birthday. It’s always so good to have our whole family together.
We had a cook-out at Quinn’s last night for my birthday. I love my family.
After rummaging through her drawers for a while, here’s the outfit that Mylah came up with. She was SO pleased with herself!
I had Mylah last night because Laura has a class on Mondays (her last semester of her MBA!). We went for a “walk.” A walk with Mylah means toddling around her condo complex carrying two stuffed animals and heading off … Continue reading
A year ago: I didn’t know I was going to be a grandmother. I had one daughter in Charlotte, one in Raleigh, and one on Tutuila. Watching Carolina Panthers games was nothing but depressing. Now: I have the two most … Continue reading
When Quinn got engaged, almost four years ago, and we started planning her wedding, the only thing she knew for sure was that she wanted sunflowers in her bouquet. Sunflowers became our starting place for her wonderful wedding, with all … Continue reading
One of the best things about our annual family beach trips has been the opportunity for our daughters to be close to their aunts and uncles and cousins. The girls have always had a bit of a grudge that they … Continue reading
This coming Sunday we head to the beach for the annual Kirby Family Beach Trip. We’re been doing this for longer than my children can remember. What a journey it has been! As I look back, I hold so many … Continue reading
For the past year, April has been on a remote island in the South Pacific, eating taro, drinking cheap Chinese beer, and wearing modest traditional Samoan clothing. Since she came home there have been everyday things that have overwhelmed her- … Continue reading