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Nachos Navidad with the Rogerses




When Meadow requests big pancake, you make big pancake.

So, Brooke made big pancake. See how that works.

 While Theo napped, Meadow and I went to the library for a Gnome making class.

 The description made it sound like more sewing would be involved, but we still had fun.

 She made a girl gnome of course.

It looks just like Meadow.

Then I left the kids for a few hours to go to work.

We made forts and Meadow danced around.

Little guy has fun with anybody.

I came home to reading time.

We hadn't hung out with the Rogerses for a while and invited them over for a nachos feast.

You can't go wrong with nachos.

We would've hung out with the them more, but we didn't realize they were actually living in the cities full time.

And of all places they live a block from our old house.

Theo was loving the company.

Little Dora and Harper just loved playing in Meadow's room. 

After they left Meadow and I fell asleep on the couch. 

I guess the party got to them.

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