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We had a milestone this past week. Mommy has loved that Trent stays in his crib and is very content to wait for her to come get him. She knew it wouldn't last forever. I discovered that it is very easy for me to go help him out of the crib. Then we can go downstairs and surprise Mommy and Daddy that we are up...TOGETHER!

This Saturday we went to a dinner for Jaycees at Miss Joni's house. They were having fun after working concessions at the football game. We ate take-out Mexican...well, I refused so Miss Joni was kind enough to make me a PB&J sandwich. After dinner we enjoyed playing.

Look who BOTH can come find Mom and Dad in the morning!
Trent's first chopsticks.

Young Jaycees.
/Alden

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