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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Playing Catch Up

It's been quite some time that I've updated my blog.  I've been working on some renovations for it, and decided to take a little break as well.  But I'm still here, and still pregnant... 39 weeks to be exact. Just for a quick quick update, here are the pictures you've missed if you don't keep up with my instagram.  I was hoping that I wouldn't have to do one for this week, but at this rate I'll be doing one till 42 weeks.  A certain Keller McKean is quite comfy and doesn't seem to want to come out in the world and meet us.  Ahhh.  I'll be updating again later today, once I've had more coffee.  Until then.  -Keiley





 

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

33 Weeks

How far along: 33 Weeks
Weight gain: 18-19 pounds
Gender:  Boy
Maternity clothes: I know I keep saying it, but I really do need a few pieces because nothing is fitting anymore 
Stretch marks: No
Symptoms: Oh, the insomnia and acid reflux are the worst right now and nesting is in full swing
Best moment this week:  Beginning to decorate for Fall, now if only the weather would follow along
Worst moment this week:  Waking up at three in the morning and not being able to go back to sleep
Miss anything:  My belly not peaking out from under every shirt I wear
Movement: Kick boxing 
Cravings:  Apple pie and chili 
Queasy or sick: A little nauseated
Looking forward to:  Pedicure this weekend.  You're welcome achy feet

Thursday, August 28, 2014

32 Weeks

How far along: 32 Weeks
Weight gain: 19 pounds
Gender:  Boy
Maternity clothes: No
Stretch marks: No
Symptoms: Is it TMI to say hemorrhoids. (Sorry)  They really suck though 
Best moment this week:  OBGYN appointment.  Ahh so close to those weekly appointments, but I must say I am enjoying the bi-weekly ones now
Worst moment this week: Take one guess?  ^
Miss anything:   Sleep, of course  
Movement:  Oh, yes
Cravings:   Cheese Dip again
Queasy or sick: This heat is really wearing me out because heat + pregnancy = nausea 
Looking forward to:  College Football kicking off this weekend

Thursday, August 21, 2014

31 Week Bumpdate

How far along: 31 Weeks
Weight gain: 17 pounds
Gender:  Boy
Maternity clothes: I have two months left, so I might invest in a few pieces.  Maybe just maybe
Stretch marks: No
Symptoms: Heartburn, acid reflux, and constant peeing
Best moment this week:  Finally picking out a name and getting a few Halloween outfits for Keller : )
Worst moment this week: Wanting to eat brownies, but not having the right ingredients.  Yeah....
Miss anything:  Cool weather   
Movement:  His movements kind of hurt these days
Cravings: Brownies and coffee and ice cream  
Queasy or sick: Just acid reflux that makes me extremely nauseated
Looking forward to:  Holding my sweet newborn baby, I definitely have newborn fever


If you follow me on Instagram (@keymckean), you might have seen these images.  But I thought it would be cool to compare my baby bump with Kasen and Keller.  The left picture is 31 weeks with Kasen, and the right is 31 weeks with Keller.  It's crazy to think that I gave birth to Kasen at 31 weeks, and that I'm so much bigger with Keller than with Kasen at this point.  And I still have 9 weeks left to go.  I thought I was so big with Kasen, boy did I not know what big was. ; )

Have a great Thursday!

Thursday, August 14, 2014

And we Have a Name

We've finally picked out a name!!!  It's been quite a daunting task finding a name for our baby boy, so to say that we are overly thrilled is an understatement.

His name is Keller Pierce  McKean.  And yep, we are "that" family.  Every member has a K name, and I love it.  If you don't know, my husband's name is Kyle.  I'm Keiley, and our first born son's name is Kasen.  We can't wait to add Keller to our clan.

I found two meanings for the name Keller.  The first was companion and the second was little champion.  And Pierce is my maiden name, so we decided it would be cool to pass down to him.  Also, Kasen's middle name is Merle, which is a fourth generation name from my husband's side of the family.  Kyle and his dad's middle names are both Merle, which was passed down from the original Merle McKean, aka Kyle's grandpa and Kasen's great grandfather.  So, I wanted to give a family name to Keller as well.

Dear Keller Pierce McKean, we can not wait to meet you!!!  


Wednesday, August 13, 2014

The Big 30



How far along: 30 Weeks!! Seems like such a milestone : )
Weight gain: Lost two pounds, so I'm up 16 pounds total
Gender:  Boy
Maternity clothes: Think I can make it full term without any?
Stretch marks: Negative
Symptoms: The usual 
Best moment this week:  My Obgyn appointment.  I have began my every two week appointments, which means we are getting close
Worst moment this week: Ever deal with a toddler who refused to nap and woke up extremely early?  Well, no nap toddler struck at our house today, and it's been just one of those days 
Miss anything:  Having more than one cup of coffee during the day.  I've only recently started drinking a cup every few days, and boy have I missed coffee   
Movement:  Still moving and grooving
Cravings: Pizza and sautéed squash 
Queasy or sick: I think it's pretty much tapered off!!  Woo-hoo
Looking forward to:  Getting the nursery finished

Friday, August 8, 2014

Celebrating 29 Weeks

Last week I was a bundle of nerves.  You see, I was twenty-eight weeks pregnant.  And that may not seem like any reason to be worried, but I was.  Reason being that my water broke at the twenty-eight week mark during my first pregnancy with my dear son, Kasen.  I know that each pregnancy is different, but I couldn't help but to feel on edge.  I kept having flash backs and anxiety that my water would break before I reached full term, again.  I know that it could still break before I reach 37-40 weeks, but passing the twenty-eight week marker was a milestone for me.  I even decided to celebrate on Tuesday with some homemade cookies and ice cream for reaching twenty-nine weeks without my water breaking.  

What really helped me get through this past week was writting out Kasen's birth story.  It was a slow release of built up emotions that have been harboring inside.  I'll be sharing his story in a few days, but for now I'm going to continue celebrating being twenty-nine weeks.

So, I've finally gotten around to editing a few of my impromptu maternity photos from our Sunday afternoon adventure to Lake Catherine.      

I will go ahead and put a disclamier on these.  I am by no means a photographer, nor is my husband.  But I love taking photos, and when the opportunity presents itself, I take it.  Despite it being rather crowded, we managed to snag a few photos.  Kyle did a great job seeing that he had a toddler on his hip while taking these.  I'm sure we were a sight to see.




TGIF!  Hope everyone has a fantastic weekend.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

29 Weeks


How far along: 29 Weeks
Weight gain: 18 pounds, I don't think I'm going to hit my goal of only gaining 25 pounds
Gender:  Boy
Maternity clothes:  Not yet, and I'm really trying not to buy any if I can get away with it 
Stretch marks: No, but I'm much bigger than I was with my first son at this point, so I'm curious if I'll make it full term without acquiring any
Symptoms:  I'm a hormonal wreck
Best moment this week:  Prenatal massage
Worst moment this week: Other than my hormonal breakdowns, it was a pretty good week
Miss anything: Sleep and not seeing the scale jump two pounds every week (I realize I'm pregnant, and that weight gain comes along with it, still very shocking when I weigh in)    
Movement:  He is always on the move, I love it 
Cravings: Cheese Dip and watermelon 
Queasy or sick: None this week!! woo-hoo
Looking forward to:  October 

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Anniversary Weekend Adventures

We've had a lot going on at the McKean household lately.  This weekend we celebrated our 2nd wedding anniversary.  Kasen also turned 16 months old and went to the church nursery for the first time.  He also had a doctor's appointment and was finally on the charts for height.  In reality, these little milestones are not important to anyone else but us.  Just ordinary events that a lot of people experience, but just like birthing a baby, it's an everyday miracle.  Little things like this are new to us and so very exciting.

We began our celebrations on Saturday with massages.  I got a prenatal massage and Kyle got a deep tissue one.  It was perfect.  So perfect, that I think I'm going to have to schedule another one a few weeks before my due date.  After we got done swooning over our massages, we went and got pedicures.  Then, we picked up some fresh flowers on our way home.
We finished off our anniversary escapades with a lovely dinner, complete with two desserts.  Because this pregnant lady did not want to share.  See, I like to take my time when I eat.  My husband is a different story though.  He eats like he has never eaten before, and it's one of his quirks that can really annoy me.  Like when we share food, because I take one bite, and as I am eating that one bite, he takes three.  And his bites aren't small.  So basically I end up getting 1/4 of what we are eating, or I have to shovel food in my mouth as quick as can be.  And that just leaves me disappointed, because I feel like I never got to fully savor it.  So two desserts it was, with no guilt felt for almost eating mine in it's entirety.
           
It really was a lovely day.  My love language is quality time, so my "love tank" got filled.

On Sunday, our actual anniversary, we decided to have a casual day since we celebrated the night before.  We started the morning off by going to church and dropping Kasen off in the church nursery.  It was his first time, and it took a lot of persuading for me to finally feel comfortable with it.  I know, I sound like "that" mom.  The one that is attached to her child.  But he is my first baby, and the thought of dropping him off with someone other than family was hard.  When Kasen was a few months old we would take him to church, and he would sit with us, usually falling asleep.  When he got to be 9 months old, it was harder.  To the point that he was so mobile and loud that one of us would have to walk around outside the sanctuary with him.  And maybe I should have put him in the nursery then, but I just couldn't handle it.  So, we ended up taking a pretty long break from church, occasionally watching online.  I know it probably sounds down right silly.  That I was afraid to let my child go to the church nursery.  But to me, my feelings were valid.  And I had to reach the point of readiness.  To let go just a little bit.  To let him have some more independence.  To stop worrying needlessly about things that hadn't happened.  To take a deep breath, and know that he was going to be okay for an hour with loving workers that would take good care of him and children his age to play with.

When the moment came, I did better than I expected.  Kyle and I watched Kasen through a window for a little bit before heading to service.  And as we left him playing in the nursery, one of us cried.  And it wasn't me.  I was on the brink of it, but when I looked at the tears spilling out of my husband's eyes, I instantly felt better.  It surprised both of us that he was the one to get emotional.  Being a parent comes with emotions that sometimes blindside you.  I don't know if my husband will appreciate me telling that tid bit of information, but nothing is more attractive to me than how much he loves our son.
Kasen did great in the nursery, as we fully expected.  And we finished our weekend with a trip to Lake Catherine State Park.  And that was quite the adventure.  Hiking (even a half mile) with a toddler that doesn't want to be held is a challenge.  Especially when the trail isn't baby friendly.  After two attempts, we finally made it to our desired destination.  Kasen had a blast splashing around in the creek below the waterfall.  And even though I was wearing a dress, I hoped in with him.  Though, that was partially due to seeing a picture worthy spot.  When the opportunity for a good picture presents itself, I never hesitate.  Yeah, it WAS odd.  Seeing a pregnant women hop into the water to take some pictures had to be quite the sight.  But apparently I have no shame in my game these days.  I'll have those pictures up later this week.

All and all the weekend was great.  I love taking Kasen new places and having family adventures.  He had a pretty big weekend, getting to do lots of new things.  And Kyle and I had a lovely anniversary.  Cheers to two years!!!

Monday, August 4, 2014

Second Anniversary

Oh, this is going to sound so cliche, but I really can't believe I've been married to my dear husband for two years.  This whole "time" thing keeps going faster and faster the older I get.  And I really wonder why that is?  Didn't time seem to stand still back in grade school?  Heck, even high school?  When you thought about how you'd never get out of school.  The years seemed to drag by.  Then, one day you wake up, and your life seems to be in fast forward.  With no pause button.  And no rewind.  
I couldn't imagine anything different though.  Nor do I think I would I want it any different.  Through all the struggles, there have been lessons learned.  I have grown.  As a person, wife, and mother.  Though, there is still a lot of learning left to do.  If you've been following my blog, you might remember my post from last year, on my one year anniversary.  If you're new (or would like to read it again), then you can see it here. It's such a great reminder to me.          


So two years of marriage down in the books.  Two years full of adventure, surprises, hardships, laughter, love, growth, frustration, and joy.  We've had our ups and downs, like most marriages.  But never would I ever want to share this journey with anyone but my husband, especially parenthood.  From marriage, to our sweet soon to be family of four, life is sweeter with him around. 


I absolutely love our tradition of taking a yearly anniversary picture with the number of how many years we've been married in it.  One day I'll have an album filled with them.  Though, I wonder if I'll run out of ideas to display which anniversary it is.  And I wonder if 40 year old me will think this idea is silly.  Or 70 year old me.  I hope not.  Because I'd really love to take one each year.           



I couldn't help myself as I eyed the cake.  I kept imagining smashing the crumbly cake into Kyle's face, smearing it with frosting.  Then, I realized my thoughts became reality.  I figured since I "deprived" him of this moment on our actual wedding day, it was the least I could do.  And being quite courteous himself, he returned the favor.  Right up my nose.  I couldn't smell anything but cake for days.  We are kids at heart, and I love it.  I also love the cute photos we got out of it as well.  Happy Monday!      

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

28 Weeks


How far along: 28 Weeks
Weight gain: 15-16 pounds
Gender:  Baby boy
Maternity clothes:  I think I'm going to need to invest in a belly band soon if I want to fit in my regular jeans/shorts in the next few weeks   
Stretch marks: None
Symptoms:  Heart burn, heart burn, heart burn.  Maybe he will have a full head of hair? Oh, and hello hormones!!
Best moment this week:  OBGYN appointment.  I love hearing his heart beat
Worst moment this week: Getting my blood drawn and drinking the glucose drink
Miss anything: Sleep   
Movement:  Boy has started kicking me in the ribs 
Cravings: Nothing really
Queasy or sick: Nausea on the occasion
Looking forward to:  Prenatal massage

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

27 Weeks. Hello, Third Trimester


How far along: 27 Weeks
Weight gain: 13 pounds
Gender/Name:  Baby boy and he has no name
Maternity clothes:  Still only have one maternity shirt, but I may or may not wear it 3+ times a week.  Somehow I'm still fitting into my regular clothes.  Jeans included.  Though, I never said it was a comfortable fit ; ).  
Stretch marks: Not yet, fingers crossed
Symptoms:  My back hurts real bad
Best moment this week: Finding some super cute shoes for baby boy.  I'm glad that we'll get to re use all of Kasen's old clothes, but little guy does need a few things of his own, not just hand-me downs  
Worst moment this week: Dealing with our health insurance and the doctors office on billing issues
Miss anything: Not feeling like a beached whale 
Movement:  My belly looks like wiggly jello as this little guy does somersaults and karate kicks  
Cravings: Cheese dip still and for some reason I've got an inkling for powdered doughnuts.  Might try to whip up a homemade version
Queasy or sick: I'm kind of used to the frequent nausea waves now.  I'm just thankful it's not all day nausea like the first and part of the second trimester
Looking forward to: My anniversary weekend coming up next week

Monday, July 21, 2014

Just Another Weekend Recap



Monday, somedays I wish you were Friday.  And somedays I wish I could nap ALL day, pretending like I had no responsibilities.  That I was a carefree child again.  Why did we take those days for granted?  Days where dealing with insurance, bills, and doctors were left at someone else's hands.  Not your own.  I am not sure why dealing with them has to be so difficult.  It's seriously like pulling teeth to get something taken care of.  Though, I'd almost rather get a tooth pulled because at least then it would be over.  But it is what is.  #adultlife

So yes, I should suck it up, and deal with it.  Though, a glass of wine would surely help.  But that right there is a #pregoproblem .  So is an unbearable cheese dip craving that I don't have the ingredients for. All I can think about is the cheese dip I devoured on Friday.  The Mr. and I had a relaxing date, while the little one spent time at grandma's house.  Though, being overly hormonal didn't start the night out as planned.  Let's just say money talk isn't a great subject for date night.  It might lead to an overly dramatic fight, followed by tears.  And more tears, if your pregnant and have raging hormones.  What a car ride.    

Just word to the wise.  Life isn't always picture perfect.  There are so many behind the scenes moments of a person's life.  No one has it together all the time, despite what their life looks like from the outside.  We all make mistakes, and from those, we have the option of learning from them or repeating them.  Sometimes everyone needs a reminder of simple truths.  Including myself. 

And sometimes you need to be the bigger person and apologize.  Apologize when your pride is so high that the words almost get stuck in your throat.  When you would again, rather have your tooth pulled, because apologizing feels more painful.  Apologize when you don't feel like it, and remember the grace that was granted to you when you least deserved it.  Apologize and mean it.  Then, let it go.  And remember to never bring it up again on a date night.

Then eat an entire bowl of cheese dip.  Followed by the most delicious cupcakes.         



     
Then walk, talk, and take in the night.  With everything that it has to offer.  Including a gorgeous sunset.  And realize that there is no need to try and suck in your bloated, overfull tummy because you're pregnant.  Que one happy dance.
We ended our weekend spending time with family and comforting a teething baby.  Which meant lots of Netflix and watermelon.  

And then somehow the weekend turned into Monday.  And if you couldn't tell from the beginning of my post, it's been quite the Monday.  So we are just ending the night with some good music.  And that always means a dancing baby.  Seriously, is there anything cuter than a dancing baby?  Kyle and I think not.  Happy Monday!! 




Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Double Digit Countdown

As the second trimester comes to a close, I'm feeling overwhelmed and in crunch mode.  I can't believe I'm already 26 weeks along, but at the same time, I can't believe I'm only 26 weeks along.  Time is a tricky thing.  But we have finally reached the double digit countdown.  97 more days, give or take.  And wouldn't you know, this mama has not done a single thing.  Besides buying two packs of newborn diapers because they were on sale.  I told myself after my last pregnancy that I wouldn't wait around to get everything done at the last minute again.  I lied.  Though, 13 weeks is still plenty of time.

So long as Mr. baby  boy McKean #2 doesn't decide to come into the world early like his big brother.  My water broke at 28 weeks, my first pregnancy.  And I gave birth at 31 weeks.  So maybe that's why I'm feeling a little on edge these days.  I'm also entering full on nesting mode.  This house is spotless.  I mean, I don't know how many times a day I will run the vacuum.  These pregnancy hormones are just enough to throw me over board.  I know deep down that if I don't get everything done before our nameless baby gets here, it will be okay.  It was with Kasen.  And it will be this time around.  Babies don't need much, but really..... try telling that to my irrational hormones.  They don't like to listen.

But as we are winding down the last week of my second trimester, I thought it would be nice to document a few of my favorite things.  My top food cravings this trimester have been home made vegetable pizza & chocolate chip cookies, watermelon, spinach salad, egg sandwiches, and sweet potatoes topped with salsa.  Not a week goes by without consuming one of those foods.



I really try hard not to eat more than two cookies a day, since I feel the need to make a batch every week now.  I didn't have all the ingredients for them last week, and my meals just didn't seem complete.  At least they are made with whole-wheat.  When I tell myself that, it makes me feel better.  ; )  It's crazy to think back to the first trimester, when even the thought of eating anything sweet made me nauseated.  Now my sweet tooth looks like it's come back, with a vengeance.      


And two of my favorite things in one picture.  My new preggers t-shirt and my favorite ginger "beer."  I live off them.  They really help with my nausea, and I can't seem to get enough.  And I can't get over how cute this shirt is.  I wish I would have had it when I was in the chubby looking stage of pregnancy, before my bump popped on out there.  I got a lot of inquisitive looks from people.  Is she pregnant, or is she just fat?


Here is my top 8 Second Trimester Love List

1.Ginger Ale // 2.Pregnancy Body Pillow // 3.Face Cream // 4.Tumbler // 5.Prenatal // 6.Clif Bar // 7.Book // 8. Sleep Shirt 

 1.  I've pretty much lived off of Reed's Ginger Ales'.  They are all natural, and they really do help with nausea.

2.  Sleeping is for the birds these days.  I can't ever seem to get comfortable.  My back constantly aches with the weight of my growing tummy.  Not to mention having to get up and pee ten times a night and not being able to go back to sleep after waking up.  A pregnant friend told me about a body pillow that helps with sleeping.  She swears by the "Snoogle."  I had my mother in law make me one very similar after her testimony.  And it works wonders.  I'm still not sleeping through the night, but I am much more comfy than before.

3. My face has been super dry this pregnancy.  Not to mention I have been breaking out like crazy.  What a fun combination. The only thing that has not added to the breakouts and helped put moisture back in my skin, has been Bella Organics Face Cream.  It doesn't have all the harsh ingredients that most facial products do, and it doesn't feel so heavy on my skin.

4. I love cool water tumblers.  My husband likes to pick them out for me.  I guess it's kinda our "thing."  But it helps remind me how much water I'm drinking throughout the day, and I don't have to re fill a small cup all day long.  I usually go through 2-3 refills in my big mugs each day.  

5. After I learned about preservatives and harmful ingredients that were being added to my food, I took a look at the prenatal I had taken throughout the first trimester.  It was full of preservatives, dyes, and artificial flavors.  Things that I'd rather not intake on a daily basis.  I was shocked that those kinds of ingredients were in a prenatal vitamin.  I switched over to Garden of Life's raw prenatal and love them.    

6. Clif bars are my go to energy snack these days.  They are quick, small, and fill me up.

7.  I love learning.  When it comes to parenting, there is no one size fits all solution.  I am intrigued by different techniques and parenting styles.  So far I am loving the book, "Bringing up Bebe."  I am anxious to finish it.  

8.  It's hot and things are not fitting the way they used to.  I love this night gown from Victoria's Secret.  It's comfy, light, and perfect for my big ole' belly.  And my summer never sleeps because of this lovely pregnancy insomnia.  So I found it humorous as well.  Probably more humorous than anyone else would find it.         

I'm really excited for the final stretch of pregnancy ahead.  I'm trying my best to soak up each week being pregnant, instead of wishing it away.  It really is such a beautiful thing.  And the whole process is so worth it.  Every ache, pain, and pound.

Happy hump day bump day, everyone !!!  

26 Weeks


How far along: 26 Weeks
Weight gain: 12-14 pounds, give or take how many cookies I've eaten that day ; )
Gender/Name:  Boy & still baby no name McKean
Maternity clothes:  I have one maternity shirt
Stretch marks: No
Symptoms:  Acid Reflux, back pain, nausea 
Best moment this week: Making a big batch of homemade, wholewheat chocolate chip cookies.  That makes me feel super lame that my highlight for the week is cookies ; )
Worst moment this week: Um eating too many of the cookies I made.  Hello, weight gain
Miss anything: Sleep.  I'm always sleepy, but I can never sleep #pregoproblems
Movement:  Feeling lots of hiccups this week
Cravings: Watermelon and cheese dip still.  I haven't fulfilled my cheese dip craving quite yet 
Queasy or sick: Nausea still, but it seems to be better this week
Looking forward to: The weekend, lots of baby projects to start on

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Breakfast at the Park

If you didn't know this already, it's hot.  And around here it's not just any kind of hot.  It's the muggiest kind of hot that makes your glasses fog over as soon as you walk outside.  I am definitely trying to make the best of summer.  The heat just gets to me and makes me wish it was fall year round.  Not that I don't like summer.  It's great.  But maybe if I had a pool to go to, I would enjoy it more. Oh, and maybe next summer (when I'm not pregnant) it'll be even more enjoyable.  The heat makes me nauseated.  Though, what doesn't these days?  And now I'm just complaining.    

We decided to spend our morning with a little breakfast at the park.  Followed by playtime.     



If you've never tried to shovel handfuls of bananas in your mouth, you're really missing out.  This baby really knows how to make us laugh.  After Kyle and I finished our doughnuts, Kasen made his way over to our empty plate and decided to lick the remains.  A pregnant women's bladder can't withstand all the laughter that happened after seeing such a sight.  He has never had a doughnut before, so I'm sure he throughly enjoyed the left over taste.  Seriously, he wouldn't even put it down.  I don't blame him.  I try my best to eat healthy, local, and organic if possible.  I've been cooking homemade meals, buying local and organic food, and doing my research on healthier living.  We made the switch about five months ago, but I find myself craving un healthy processed foods on the occasion.  And since my sweet tooth has kicked back in, it makes it all the more hard.  But I'm only human.  Sometimes all a girl needs is an Oreo.  And by AN Oreo, I mean a row of Oreo's.  Moderation is the key, and cutting out as much processed foods on a daily basis makes my occasional indulgences not so bad.  In my opinion at least.        

Kasen's favorite part of the park was all the rocks.  He loves him some dirt.  And don't forget the sticks.  I can't even tell you how many rocks I have pulled out of his mouth.  My reflexes sure have gotten a lot faster because of it.

One of my goals as a parent is to create many memories for our children.  I know Kasen is to young to remember this morning, but the day will come when he will.  And I want him to look back at his childhood with fondness and be able to tell incredible stories to his kids about it.  Being a kid is so magical, and they look at life through extraordinary eyes.  Simple things are the coolest as a kid.  Oh, I will suffer through a million hot summers just to give my boys the best experiences and memories.

Hope you all are having a great weekend!!!      

 
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