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Break.

Summing up some of the fun things we did over break, now that it is over (sad).  This week has not been too bad.  I am actually going to use this week to get ahead with school.  I have finished my work for the most part.  I am reviewing material now, planning to do another assignment tomorrow.  My binder is already organized. I am doing this - blogging. It feels odd.  I feel a little suspicious.  Anyways...

We went to the pumpkin patch with Leah and Elias (and moms, of course :)...



...obviously, they were enthralled with the pumpkin selection...
mulch everywhere, including mouths...


...we took a walk to the grocery store on a pretty day...my car had problems last week...the perfect time for that to happen and a perfect excuse to get some rest at home...


...we attended E's first birthday party, which was stinking adorable and a lot of fun.  I believe Eloise is pulling on Ev's dress while chewing on her teether...


...Perfect timing of break and girlie visits = Saturday night fun with the girls...


...we got lots of quality time with Auntie Deepu...


...Eloise and Elias stole each other's toys...


...then we headed to Chicago...



...we went to the aquarium...


...Eloise loved watching the dolphins and the fish...


...she met her fun cousins and aunt...


...and we walked, and we walked, and enjoyed all that downtown Chi-town has to offer - that refreshing city air...




It was quite fun.

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  1. i love your red scarf, coll. you are gorgeous, as always! glad you had a nice break :) it's funny you said - refreshing city air - you are so much more of a city girl than me and i'm sure you'd love melbourne!

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  2. What a sweet blog post! I'm so glad you had fun in Chicago and got to go to the aquarium and see Gabby! And I'm selfishly glad that I got spend some much needed quality time with you and Eloise...it made my visit home so much sweeter :)

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  3. aw very very cute pictures!!!

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