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Nine years of smiles with this little guy! Happy 9th Birthday to Kyle. We celebrated his December birthday with a swim meet and then a fun party that was Harry Potter themed complete with magical spells and Fantastic Beasts -- including a Boa, Skunk, giant Corn Snake, lizards and more in our house! ACK!  We always love his enthusiasm for everything and anything in life. With his positive attitude and zest for life, celebrating his birthday makes him especially ecstatic!  

Who knew rock climbing for kids would be so fun? Today, Kyle went to a Rock Climbing party to celebrate his friend Elsa's 5th Birthday. I admit I was skeptical of the concept but it was crazy awesome and so much fun! The kids adored it - they are natural monkeys after all so this was just taking the love of exploring and climbing to a new level. Everyone was strapped into harnesses and away the kids climbed. Our party was at the Rock Wall

There's nothing like a local summer fair. We hopped over to Phoenxiville's annual Dogwood Festival on Thursday evening for a fun night out with the kids. The excitement of the crowds and the transformation of our ordinary park into a giant carnival atmosphere was thrilling for my kids. The expressions of pure joy on my children's faces was priceless and non-stop during our 90 minutes of glorious fun. And we're still living the Dogwood Dreams after our surprise win of a goldfish at the fair on

I live for these moments. Mother's Day Tea is just the cutest thing of the year at our preschool. This age is so adorable I want to bottle it up and keep it with me forever - especially someday when I'm all old and alone - I'll be able to remember and return to that time in my life when I was the center of the world for a sweet little kind, energetic and imaginative 4 year old boy. The days are long

How do you teach your kids to ride a bike? Apparently the easiest way is to not teach them at all! This weekend with little Kyle it seemed he picked it up almost all by himself. Awesome! Amazing how what can be so easy for one child is difficult for another. We popped off his training wheels, showed him how to do it once and then pretty much ignored him as were focusing on helping big sister Kenzie master riding her bike. Next thing we knew,

I said the kids were obsessed with Potter and I meant it. Take a peek at Kyle sporting his scar & home-made glasses. Doesn't he look like Harry Potter? He has also now requested to start wearing a tie which looks totally adorable. He wants to buy the official "Harry Potter" tie when we visit the Wizarding World of Harry Potter next week along with a wand so he can take the look to a new level. Looks like I'll be out a ton of money

Finally! I've been waiting for the cute boy hairstyle for years - and looks like the little guy (and his hair!) are ready for Spikes. Mission accomplished yesterday at Snip-Its. With the help of some spiky sticky gel :) We caught Kyle last night quickly glance at himself in the mirror - pause, and then look back and say, "Wow! I'm handsome. " Love it. And I love my sweet boy. I can't imagine life without this cutie.

Merry Merry! Are you exhausted? Hope everyone had a wonderful holiday! I'm exhausted but at the same time totally exhilerated by all the excitement and happiness. Can't wait for 2012 and more new adventures! After a fabulous and non stop week of entertaining out of town guests, hosting parties for friends and family, and volunteering in Kenzie's Kindergarten class to build gingerbread houses and help out another day for her holiday party - we are ready to just FINALLY relax. Today we just stayed in our

Did you know that your local Fire Engine Volunteers will likely come to your house - with the Fire Truck -for a birthday party? Simply incredible. And every little boy's dream. I'm pretty sure this was the best gift we could ever give to my son Kyle for his 4th birthday and truly it was a gift to ourselves too as we got to experience his joy & wonder - and that of all the little preschool aged kids celebrating with us. Seeing the Fire Engine