Taking the Scenic Route

Sunday May 27, 2007

27th May 2007

Sunday May 27, 2007

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We had a potluck BBQ with friends.

When they left, Zane tried to go with them.  lol.  It was the first time I have seen him truly enjoying other people being here (except for Grandparents).  They played all over the house and Zane didn’t retreat to his room once that Zach and I saw.  Zora had fun too.

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Look what we found in the bush next to our front door!  I think it some sparrows and a visitor.  I need to google to confirm it though because identifying birds is not something I am great at.

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There are currently 2 responses to “Sunday May 27, 2007”

  1. 1 On May 27th, 2007, ShackintheMountains said:

    Good for Zane! That sounds like a big step.

    Nice nest! I’m curious as to what other bird crashes other nests. I know there’s at least one kind known to do that. They don’t build their own, they lay in other nests and rely on other bird parents to raise their babies.

  2. 2 On May 28th, 2007, ladyjabez said:

    Looks like a fun time! 

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