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09 December 2010

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Birgit

Happy Birthday Eli. And, Val & Brian, you rock! You are amazing parents. Eli is such a lucky boy. I enjoyed reading your last post so much. The story about the trash truck and trash cans! Wonderful. That made me think of Rachel's "passion" for cannons. I guess that happens when you visit one civil war battle field too many... . Anyhow, Rachel used to call them "camels" (don't ask me why). One day I was driving around in Fairfax City and all the sudden Rachel (she was 3 then) yelled out loud "look mama, two camels!" It took me a while to figure out she was referring to the cannons in front of the city hall. :-)

Norma

What can I say? Hard to imagine our little guy is 2. He holds a special place in my heart! Can only imagine how his Grandparents & Great Grandparents would adore him. Who knows, they may just be looking down upon the three of you with such joy in their hearts and wearing a great big smile! Love you!

Daisy:)

i cant belive Eli is 2 years old!!:)

Valerie J. Frey

Thanks for the birthday wishes, everybody! Birgit, I love the story of Rachel and her camels. Hugs to Norma! Hi, Daisy!

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