9 Responses to “around here”

  1. Heather says:

    I fell asleep last night thinking I should email you to check on how things were going. Quite fortuitous that I find you here today. I love all those photos. Climbing the stairs already!! I like the watchful eye of big sister. So many times I think life is passing by and then I remember that it is right here where we are living it.

  2. swanski says:

    Looks like you all are settling in quite nicely. I cannot believe the stomach bug hit the house, what next? It’s good to see you and hear what you have been up to.

  3. angie says:

    Can’t believe that little one is crawling up the stairs! How is that possible? Didn’t you just tell me you were pregnant? Time goes by so fast. Love these photos of your new home and your happy little family. I am so glad you are feeling better and back here in our little blogging world.

  4. Taryn Oakley says:

    Glad you are back!

  5. welcome back mama! looks like it’s been a good summer despite the health setbacks :)

  6. Tracey says:

    Life is good! I’ve missed you Rachel, welcome back.

  7. Corrabelle says:

    I’ve missed seeing their sweet little faces!! I love the fauxhawk:) That’s Zeke’s favorite look too. Sigh, and E’s sweet dimples-and Sarah’s bright and wild eyes..its just too much!!
    I see that Mira is really determined to make it up those stairs. Hehe, do you have baby gates?

  8. Island jays says:

    Oh how lovely it all is! Even though we’re in contact pictures sure tell the stories better. So wonderful you’re feeling good again. We’ve got 4 big bags of strawberries waiting for you to cheer up your winter and remind you that summer is still here. Mira is a pretty determined young lady – why is it that stairs seem there first challenge? You know, I’ve not noticed E’s dimple so much before!!! She’s looking like Katherine in that photo. How lovely.

  9. Ellen says:

    What a lovely list! Glad that you’re feeling better, Rachel (and your family too). Love those stairs and the color of the wall in the last photo. Love your daughter’s dimple and your son’s wacky hair. Funny.

    Our summer is whoosing by at top speed. I’m frustrated to say the least… I feel all I do is drive in the car – it allows for very little time to do anything crafty. But we’re on a new season in our lives with 2 graduated homeschoolers going off to college. Exciting! Now I’ve just got 2 left.

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