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Everyone Loves a Parade

On Saturday we went to the annual Cary Jaycees Christmas Parade. Mommy helped do the set up. Uncle Bob was the announcer. Mommy and Alden helped walk the opening banner with Brendan and Miss Joni. We spoke to a nice police officer and he gave us some stickers. Near the end, we got to ride a float and toss candy. That was the best part. There was also a fun post-parade pizza party at Miss Joni's house.

Today I went to Spencer's Christmas party. I loved getting into his toys. We bounced like crazy in his bounce house. We decorated gingerbread houses. I didn't want to leave.



Jaycees float.

Bounce house fun.

Gingerbread house time.

The host, Spencer!


/Trent

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