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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

"Just because my shirt says 'Smile' doesn't mean I have to do it"

This litte girl now weighs 14lbs. 9.5oz and is 26.4 inches tall.

Sorry it has taken so long for me to post since the last post - we've had a lot going on! But, I can safely say that we're now getting used to having Mr. Trach in our lives...kind of. We wouldn't be close to this point without our families. Both of our families came in town (at different times) over the week of Thanksgiving and they all really helped us get our home back in order. We are so grateful to them! They did everything from deep cleaning to errand running to Christmas decorating (Jack and Mel even washed windows). They also helped keep an eye on Caro, so Bryce and I could get more rest - we really miss that:).

Anyway, thanks again to all of them!

(Also, an extra special thank you to my Uncle Jeff, who gave us a very posh Thanksgiving day - any more details will make everyone green with envy.)


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  2. I'm glad we were able to help a bit and that life is getting a little easier (easier being very relative--if I hadn't spent so much time with you I wouldn't believe the unrelenting care that little cutie requires).

    Smiling or not, Caroline is the sweetest baby around.
    Give her a bunch of little kisses for me.

  3. Hi, Grandma here. Love the new pictures of course. Also the new message. Glad family members could help over Thanksgiving. That dinner did sound like a good idea. Love you all very much !

  4. Anything for you guys! We love you and miss you! See you again in a few weeks, We can't wait!!!

  5. How fun! Gabbie has that same outfit!
    I'm glad you had a great Thanksgiving weekend! It's so nice when family comes -- especially when they can help out. I always have some work for my parents to do when they come. =)
    I love to see Caroline's cute little face. She is SO cute!!!!
    Love yoU!!
    Talk to you soon!


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