Joy Journeys

  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    Caleb plays the "I eat that" game. Everything he sees, he says, or whispers, "I eat that" - cars, people, things out of books - you name it. It is very cute!

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    "Mommy, read" "Daddy, play" - Caleb

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    Caleb's teacher said he did great going to the potty on Monday. I talked to Caleb a lot about telling his teacher when he needed to go – proud mamma!

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    9th day of daycare and Caleb didn't cry today. He said, "bye mama"

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    Aaron enjoys the rainbows sprayed across our home from our cut glass/decorative glass front doors.

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    Having a flexible enough job that I could keep Caleb home today when he had a fever.

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    Being able to use a friends washer/dryer while our laundry room grout dries.

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    Quick notes from friends on Facebook.

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    Using a $10 JCPenney bucks (free) to get Caleb a shirt for pictures and a WVU shirt

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    Watching Caleb interact with his speech therapist.

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    I'm loving the simplicity of eMeals; we are eating hot meals almost every night again. Yippy!

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    Being present at Caleb's speech therapy and seeing/hearing him mimic and try new words.

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    1 dozen roses on August 19th for my 8th wedding anniversary

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    Thinking about my mother...I miss you every day.

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    The seeds that I planted in the front garden have popped through the soil; maybe I do have a green thumb?!?!

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    Caleb finished his breakfast (waffle) and then got up and threw his plastic plate and fork into the kitchen sink. It was adorable. He turns 2 in a week or so.

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    "An individual doesn't get cancer, a family does." T.T. Williams

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    The sparkle in Caleb's eye as he stands on his tippy-toes peaking out the glass of the front door to see the lights and snow.

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    Playing with Caleb in the pool. He was so cute just lounging in his floatie. Heiko played waterball with us. Caleb LOOOOVED throwing the ball into the basketball hoop and then splashing back into the water. His little grin could melt anyone's heart.

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    I remember this day. It was in High School, Mrs. Gupte - what a wonderful teacher. She was so passionate about science!

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    ANONYMOUS wrote:

    Max sang Away in a Manger to Jack in the middle of the night. I checked on them in the morning and they were bot in Jack's bed asleep snuggled up.

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    Caleb stuffing his mouth during dinner, especially when I turn around in the kitchen, but when I look at him he opens his mouth and spits out everything he just stuffed into it. Guilty conscious.

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    A blessed day with friends and family celebrating Caleb's baby dedication.

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    I'm thankful for all those who have served, especially my grandads, my uncles and my Dad.

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  • Kelly

    Kelly Barkhurst wrote:

    Introducing my son to college friends while tailgating

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