Friday, October 31, 2008


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Debbie Mendrop said...

Looks like a good time was had by all! Taylor looks good, but how were you dressed? Stay out of that candy, now.

Janet said...

Aw, you always do such fun things with the kids...Ghost toast! :o) The kids looked so cute and you got some great pictures. I'm glad they had a good time.

Roxanne said...

Your Halloween Smilebox is great! Hey...thanks for commenting to my blog! I owe it all to you! Thanks!

Misty Jo said...

Your kids are so cute. They are growing up so fast. I have got to get James to show me how to download pictures so I can start a blog of our family and share them with you. I can't believe that our boys will be 2 soon. Noah is having trouble with seperation anxiety. I had to stay with him in the nursery today. When we got to the door, he broke down. We went inside and he wouldn't let go of me. After a while he started playing with the other kids, but I just couldn't leave. I know it will take time and patience, but it will get better. Anyway, John Curtis was an angel. He tried to make Noah feel better and to stop crying. He brought him his cup and some toys. Once Noah let go of me, John Curtis got him to play with him and all the other kids. They played so well together. It was so sweet to watch them. John Curtis could have ignored Noah and kept playing, but he didn't. For about the first 30 minutes, all he wanted to do was make Noah feel better. It was truly amazing that John Curtis was focused on that at such a young age. He is a truly caring child. I just loved that. It almost made me cry. He is such a sweet and cute kid. I jsut love those curls. I will try and call you this week. We need to get the kids together more often. Talk to you soon. Misty