Schuyler is my weird and wonderful monster-slayer. Together we have many adventures.
Oh my, I love the hair. And I love that you love your mother. She raised a good one who is raising another good one!
I blame your mom for me liking you, darn it. ;) Also... awesome cake!
Well she clearly did a lot right because I love your blog! You have a great family and beautiful daughter. Love the bouffant hairdo. :-) My mom had one too PLUS she had the cats-eye glasses!I have never posted before but been tempted too and even to email you about a few things. We have 4 children adopted from Korea, 3 with some level of SNs. We are still trying to get dx on 2 of our kiddos.Keep up the good work. I may not agree with all your political and religious perspectives, BUT they always get me thinking and THAT is a good thing! BTW - I loved your book too. So good to connect with some other parents of kids with SNs.Carrie T - mom to 4 from Korea
Oh my gosh, that cake is awesome!! Go Rob's Mom!!
Very cute! Happy birthday to your mom!
Happy Birthday, Rob's Mom! You did good with that kid, no matter what anybody says!(What a great picture, and what a stupendous cake, not to mention that there's so much of it . . . )
Happy Birthday, Rob's Mom!!That cake is amazing! Did your mom make it?
This reminded me of Schuyler--your expression, and the way you're holding your hands. And it turned out I was remembering her recent b-day pic:http://www.flickr.com/photos/citizenrob/4206680709/We all like to point out Schuyler's resemblance to Julie, but she's also you, through and through.
She looks like Reese Witherspoon!
Today is delurking day in the blogoshere & I have come out to say that not only am I a fan of yours (ever since your description of the vikings gave me a much needed chuckle) I am awarding you with the Lemonade Award:)Thank you for sharing all that you do:)
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