Friday, December 31, 2010

Thanks for the Memories: 2010

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2010 was quite a memorable year! This post is dedicated to the most memorable moments (some good, some difficult) of our year. These are not necessarily my favorite photos, but each captures a very memorable time for all of us.


Eli wins the Tiger Cub Pinewood Derby.

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The Colts go to the Super Bowl again.

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Our family saw the Rockin Worship Roadshow in Indianapolis. On top of being our kiddos first concert, it was just an amazing worship experience.

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We again attended Purdue's Bug Bowl, where our 3 year old girly girl held a trarancula and competed in cricket spitting!

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May brought Eli's gum closure. Not a very pleasant experience, but very memorable.

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June 2nd brought the 5th and final member to the Main family-- David Alexander.

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In July I sent my baby to a 5 day, overnight camp for the first time. While there, he won his 4th trophy for the year for collecting the most printer/ toner cartridges of any camper.

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In August we took all three children, including a 2 month old David, to Colorado for my cousin's wedding!

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In September David started solid food. WOW! That's all I can say about that!

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Halloween is always a favorite around here. One of my favorite memories this year was carving pumpkins Halloween morning. Ruby, who spits crickets and holds large spiders, would NOT touch pumpkin guts. HA!

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One of my favorite parts of being a stay at home mom has been having the opportunity to be involved in my children's classrooms. This year I got to help with Ruby's classroom Thanksgiving feast (with David tagging along in the front carrier!).

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For the second year, we delivered gifts for the Cheer Fund. It is a great way to teach our kids how blessed our family is.

I can't wait to see what memories are in store for us in 2011!

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