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Turkey Tracks: Visiting Charleston, SC: Part II.

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Turkey Tracks:  June 18, 2014

Visiting Charleston, SC:  Part II

 

The second stop was to my son Bryan’s home.

The plan:  help Bryan with my two youngest granddaughters while Corinne attended a family wedding in Dallas, Texas, over the weekend.

Older sister models Cinderella shoes for me:

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Baby sister is Daddy’s Girl:

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Bryan and I survived until Sunday noon when Mommy came home.

Bryan made terrific meals for the girls and for us.  Here’s Big Sister’s dinner one night:

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Big Sister LOVES puzzles and works five or six each night before bed.  She needs no adult help:

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I love these 2 by 4-feet puzzles as well and will try to find her more of them.  They offer some really good learning opportunities in many ways.

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Corinne and I took the girls to the Charleston Aquarium on Monday and to the big Charleston library for a free, live performance of a “Puss and Boots” story–part of the big Spoleto/Piccolo annual festival in Charleston.

I am very impressed by how much live theater for children is occurring these days.

The girls love this big library–and we went home loaded down with books.

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The time we had together flew by…

This crew will be coming to Maine in September.

Written by louisaenright

June 18, 2014 at 4:51 pm

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  1. the girls are so big! love.

    tara derr webb

    June 19, 2014 at 9:19 am


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