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Ah, kids and salamanders. Luckily there is very little brain matter to worry about it knocking around. Amazing shots!
Toggle Commented Aug 22, 2010 on A new, slithering friend at Boondock Ramblings
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Oh, that's funny...
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OH, the bedtime thing will work out. It's such a small thing and in the long run this time will be imprinted on your relationship, even if details escape his memory. I'm convinced that is the basis for the strong relationship I now have with my grown son. I'm so glad you're enjoying this time with him.
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Your photos are so amazing! I love the one with the different generations. So precious.
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God they're all alike!!
Toggle Commented Jul 1, 2010 on Conversations with men. at Boondock Ramblings
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Oh, what a good neighbor you are! Hysterical.
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You. Are one BITCHING mommy with a camera my friend!!
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Aw, how cute. And yeah, they all have a butt obsession, don't they?
Toggle Commented Jun 22, 2010 on I got muscles! at Boondock Ramblings
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I am with you, totally! My 16 year old daughter loves to run outside when it pours. As long as there's no thunder, who cares, right?
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I'm doing a slide show for my daughter's sweet 16 party and I've been looking at old photos all week. They're so precious and when they're as amazing as yours, they're even doubly so! This family will LOVE these. And in 16 years they'll love them even more.
Toggle Commented Jun 12, 2010 on Babies on the brain. . . at Boondock Ramblings
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Oh, these are precious! I love that they're not the familiar textbook shots. Wonderful job; you can take my family photos any day!
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Portraits of real strength. I don't know how they find the courage.
Toggle Commented Jun 5, 2010 on They walked to honor. . . at Boondock Ramblings
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You know, he kinda reminds me of my 22 year old son who's home for the summer. He magically knows EVERYTHING and I truly believe he would like to tell me I'm not smart "in my brain." Instead he just sighs deeply and tries to explain why he's right and I'm wrong. Maybe I should go back to Time out?? Or C-span?
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Ah, if only it was as easy to change our settings on our mood like it is on a camera...
Toggle Commented Jun 1, 2010 on The wrong mood at Boondock Ramblings
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You made them WALK in the woods and PLAY on bales of HAY?? Those POOR kids!!
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Lisa this is a beautiful post! Hubby and you are lucky to have one another for love and support. How great that you encouraged him to go see her, even tho it's difficult. I hope I get an awesome grandson like that one day. And wonderful shots of your little guy!
Toggle Commented May 26, 2010 on Pretending at Boondock Ramblings
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Hi Lisa. Youve won the book giveaway! My daughter picked the random number last night. Congrats, I think youll like it. Send me your address and Ill pop it in the mail tomorrow.
Toggle Commented May 25, 2010 on Life After Yes!! at IslandRoar
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Oh, those little sisters..... I love it, the parental command of THERE WILL BE NO TOUCHING. And then stopping and thinking What did I just say???
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So cute. 3 is such a great age.
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Your dad would love my dad. HE believed Everything he reads in the newspaper...
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How true is that! Can't keep a little boy down, can you?? Gotta love 'em.
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OMG that looks good! Blogging buds are so awesome!
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Oh, I love it! My son once chased a four year old girl at the park when he was only two and a half, shouting "wait, stop, I LOVE you." I knew then I was in trouble. Get a really BIG STRONG lock... And LOVE his Spidey shirt!!
Toggle Commented May 6, 2010 on Hello, ladies. . . at Boondock Ramblings
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Oh, such a tug on the heartstrings! This is beautiful and achingly true. I felt like that working with dying kids in Pediatrics. I could never take a day with my own kids for granted. Each is a gift.
Toggle Commented May 4, 2010 on The corner. . . at Boondock Ramblings
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If I wanted to learn something I'd go back to school. Reading your blog is much more fun.
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