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Friday, September 23, 2005

Weekend Update

I know that everyone’s minds are on the Hurricane, but I thought I’d give a Kansas City update for those tired of surfing weather.com. The kids are good, as usual. Rylie seems to enjoy preschool, though she doesn’t talk about it much. She’s so talkative, but something about kids talking about what they did in school. It’s weird.

Her new thing in multi-syllabic words and using inflection in her voice. Yesterday she we were watching our neighbor’s puppy and she said “He is so adorable, I just can’t believe it.” I told her that if the word has more syllables then her collective years on earth, she can’t use it. Last week she beat Currie in scrabble.

Parker is starting to talk a lot better also. He is much more demonstrative in his conversation, acting out scenes and filling in words he doesn’t know with actions. He is also fond of voices. He has a high squeaky voice he uses, and a “scary” lion voice he employs. And he likes to say things like WOHOO, and AWESOME. It’s pretty funny.

We’ve started going to a church plant lead by Lloyd Rindels, the guy who lead Masters Commission. This weekend will be week three, and there will probably be a hundred people on his back lawn. It’s good, but Currie and I have never done a church plant before, so we don’t really know what to expect.

There are a couple of art fairs this weekend that Currie wants to check out, but I’m going to try and take it easy the rest of the time. Of course, our Texas relatives are in our prayers, and I’ll keep updates coming as I get them.

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