Hi Everyone! Just wondering if anyone checks in anymore? I have to be honest, I don't check in as often as I should. So, our little ones are approaching ONE! I can't believe it.......How are your little munchkins doing?
My Reid: has 6 teeth (4 top and 2 bottom), is on the verge of walking although not quite yet, has a serious ATTITUDE, is the most amazing little fellow I have ever seen!
What are the 1st Bday plans? We are doing a Fiesta.....I have a chili pepper pinata, chili pepper tablecloths, cactus straws and pepper straws,......Still need to plan the menu.....His B-day is Dec. 13th, but we are having the party on Dec. 5th. I work every other weekend, so that's how it worked out!
Enough about me.......update everyone when you all get a chance! Hope all is well!
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