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Renee Bonuccelli retains sole copyright to all photographs ©2013. All rights reserved. The layout designs are copyright © BOOK THIS PROJECT, LLC, 2012.


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january


february

In Hawaii, the word ‘Aloha’ is used to say hello, goodbye and as an expression of love. We all got pretty used to it while we were away. We arrived home to a new member of the family……our house sitter bought us a fish for our (broken) fish tank! lol. When brainstorming what his name should be, Dave promptly said ‘Aloha’. It seems to fit. It also fits this post- the last few days of our vacation are posted here, beautiful, sunshiny days where the air was warm and the breeze perfect. There really is something about those trade winds! Just magic. Aloha to Hawaii, Aloha to coming home and Aloha to all of you that leave me comments! It really does make my day:)


march

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Incredibly, my baby, well, ok, middle child;) turned six in February. I always try and write my boys a birthday letter on their birthday, but this year I did an interview. My tip for this if you are going to do this is to NOT do this while your child is distracted by Minecraft;) It tends to skew the answers;) An interview with Reece on his sixth birthday. 1. What is your favorite color? Red 2. What is your favorite toy? Lego 3. What is your favorite fruit? Strawberries/blueberries 4. What is your favorite tv show? Minecraft Family on YouTube 5. What is your favorite thing to eat for lunch? Pee/poo/mushroom stew 6. What is your favorite outfit? No favorite – likes shorts 7. What is your favorite game? Lego 8. What is your favorite snack? Pizza 9. What is your favorite animal? Gorilla 10. What is your favorite song? We will Rock You “you know that song…’kicking your cat all over the place’?” 11. What is your favorite book? Diary of a Wimpy Kid 12. Who is your best friend? Barrett 13. What is your favorite cereal? Lucky Charms (although he isn’t much of a cereal guy…) 14. What is your favorite thing to do outside? Go to the Beach and hang out. 15. What is your favorite drink? Milk 16. What is your favorite holiday? I don’t know….Hawaii 17. What do you like to take to bed with you at night? Nothing. I like to sleep naked now. Just wear a robe until bedtime. 18. What is your favorite thing to eat for breakfast? My butt 19. What do you want for dinner on your birthday? Lucky charms 20. What do you want to be when you grow up? A Helper. A skating helper. 21. What are you good at? Riding my bike 22. What is your favorite ice cream? Chocolate and vanilla 23. What is your favorite movie? Scoobie doo 24. What is the food you hate the most? Broccoli 25. What would you buy if you had a $1000? 10 Bikes to give to other people 26. What do you want to do before you turn SEVEN? Eat peanut butter if I am not allergic.


River is getting so big and independent. He loves to colour and often this is what he does during ‘homework’ time:) Check out his grip – being the youngest has its advantageous I think!


april

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may


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june


july

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Ahhhhhhhh. Summer! For us, summer is synonymous with Kimball Lake. This is our fifth summer of heading out to the lake and staying for a month! It’s my kids version of paradise (it runs a second after Hawaii for me;)). It’s also the place where the kids get to eat junk, run wild and exercise their independance.


august


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september


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october


november


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december


18.75� long and 6 lbs 3 ounces dark hair and dark blue eyes born with a cut on the top of your head latched on right away and had no problems nursing held first by big brother Kai Daddy cut the cord although Kai gave it a try birth witnessed by Auntie Maureen, Kai, Reece, Daddy and Cathy (midwife) Mama caught you herself Auntie Maureen dressed you for the first time first outing was to visit mama in the hospital you did not sleep the entire night we were in the hospital other name contenders – Ava, Callie, Caitlin, or Alyssa were named two days after you were born (Kai said we had to decide by Christmas;)!!) loves to have both hands cradling your head on top


2013 memories pages 01  

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