Schexnayders in Alaska
They are so different, yet alike. Here is Eva at 3 months:and Jemma with her chubby cheeks:Eva is starting to be more gentle with her sister:
7/23/2008 10:38:00 PM
I didn't realize you had a blog - I'll add it to my list now. Your girls are so cute! About keeping in touch with people from the mission - I used to be better, but now I mostly send Christmas cards. Very few of the people I knew are on facebook or use the internet much, and it costs so much for them to send snail mail. It's hard to keep writing when you don't hear back and you don't know what's going on in their lives. I used my Spanish a lot when I taught ELL, communicating with the parents, and when I was in the stake primary, working with the Spanish branch, but right now I can't say I'm using it a whole lot. How about you?
I don't use my Spanish either. I did last year when I worked as a language tutor at the middle school here. But I don't work there anymore. I have a few friends from school who are Spanish-speaking and we email every now and then but it's not the same as when you speak it.I like your blog posts and pics of your little guy, he is so cute.
Rita, I am glad you made a comment on my blog - I just realized that when I was rearranging the names of my blog list somehow yours got edited out. And I couldn't find the link to your blog. It looks like you have decided to post more often. That's great! BTW, the girls are adorable. How funny, even though they are sisters they look very different. Welcome back to blogging. -Carine
I love the picture of the two sisters. They are so cute. It will be so nice in a year or two when they can just play together and entertain each other.
Way too cute!!! I love their chubby cheeks.
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