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Updated history

I took the time to quickly update our history this morning, but I didn't have a chance to post pictures.

Here are a few from tonight...In honor of today's news, Meg needed a new pregnancy survival kit! 


I took the girls into the pool after school. Myles helped to supervise...










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  1. Greetings from NM! Just wanted to stop in to say CONGRATS and I'm happy to see that you're blogging again! I too took lots of breaks over the past 2 years, but I'm doing my best to get back to it on a regular basis. Looking forward to following your journey to #3. :)

    Kristin @ More Than Words
    www.theroybals.blogspot.com

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  2. I reread some of my posts from when we were pregnant with Avery and I literally laughed out loud. It's so hard to find time to blog and I seriously feel awful that there is nothing about Harper. I hope to include both girls as much as possible throughout the next 9 months!!

    Thanks for reading 😀

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  3. Very sweet can't believe you will be a family of 5

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  4. Thanks, Trish! I know...it's crazy..killing the environment lol (remember when I used to tell Megan that we could only have two and she used to say I don't even recycle consistently) 😂

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