Monthly Archives: November 2012

It’s been half a year!

Ian’s funnest age so far is definitely the six month mark.  This little boy is so full of grins and giggles now, and has just started reaching for us.  There’s just not much to make you feel better inside than … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving 2012

Ian celebrated his first Thanksgiving last week!  We had a big day of friends, family, and food!  The day started with a mad dash to do a quick once over on the house to try to make it presentable before … Continue reading

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I said it’s great/to be/a Tennessee Vol!

Saturday found us at Neyland Stadium to watch the vols end their losing streak and avoid a season with no SEC wins.  Ian and I loaded up with Preston and some of the boys from the ranch and headed off … Continue reading

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Twas the busy day before Thanksgiving…

What an amazing holiday we Americans get to celebrate.  There are no presents, no egg hunts, no trick or treating; it’s a day to simply give thanks with our friends and family.  I have enjoyed everyone’s daily Facebook status of … Continue reading

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Control your muzzle

Our country has divided on several issues lately, and one of those issues regards firearms.  As a girl raised in the sticks and married to a taxidermist, I’ve spent a great deal of my life around guns, and have come to … Continue reading

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Today is my dad’s 61st birthday and his first birthday as a grandfather.  Ian’s a pretty lucky kid to have such enthusiastic (great)grandparents.  Unfortunately I live 90 minutes away from most of my family, so once a week is about … Continue reading

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Ian’s four month pictures

Back in September we had family pictures taken, a few of which I’ve posted on here, but I thought I’d throw up some of my favorites this morning.

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