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Caleb and Ace
What a wonderful journey these last 5 years have been! It's amazing how fast our boys are growing up and talking more and more each day. The precious memories that are made each and every day cannot be bottled so we felt that this would be the next best thing. We look forward to sharing with you all the tremendous love we have for our family!
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Saturday, May 2, 2009

Ace's first haircut

I waited and waited until everyone told me that it was time...Ace needed a haircut! This made me so sad for some reason. I guess its just knowing that your baby is not a baby anymore, he is growing up so fast! Jamie has been wanting to cut his hair for a couple of months now and finally I gave in and let him cut it BUT made him promise to only cut enough to get it out of his eyes.

Good "gwob" Daddy! :)

Then.....Caleb decided that he needed another hair cut so he found some scissors and started cutting his bangs...OFF!

Good thing you are so cute because it's going to take a while for that to grow back! :)

Hooray for Diffendoofer Day!

Last weekend both of the boys were in a musical at their daycare based on the Dr. Seuss book, Hooray for Diffendoofer Day. Caleb was a duck and Ace was a frog.
They both did a great job! We kept asking Caleb for weeks if he would sing some of his songs for us and he just told us that we would have to wait and see. It was worth the wait....they were so cute!
We were a little concerned if they would have stage fright but they didn't. Caleb sang all of his songs and did a little dance with his class. Once we got there the teachers put the finishing touches on their costumes. When I saw that all the ducks had a big feather tail I knew that Caleb was not going to like that. He thinks that he is too cool for that stuff. Sure enough when the ducks got up to sing Caleb was the only one without a tail. :)
Ace did not throw tantrums or run around on stage so he did great too! He did have to sit in his teacher's lap the whole program but that's okay. We were just worried about him trying to get all the attention. After the program was over his teacher told me that she kept promising him ice worked!
Boys, you continue to make Mommy and Daddy so proud! We love you!
Thank you Uncle Jeff, Chandler, Mammie, Nanna and Nat for coming to support them!