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Since we are officially one year old - I won't be posting updates every month but I will be trying to update when new things happen (especially since this is her baby book). She continues to amaze Preston and I - she is now in the toddler room which was a bit of a rough transition. We just have to keep telling ourselves that, by a long shot, she is the youngest one in there and we have to remember how frustrating that can be for her. This week was the first week that she seemed to be herself in there, we are very hopeful. She can now say bye-bye, more, cat, mom, dad, ball, water, and milk.
Now that I'm back to work, I'm realizing I'm not taking as many pictures as I was this summer but here's some randomness:
She loves corn on the cob and can totally eat it by herself. She has now started eating other foods that way as well including string cheese and nutrigrain bars (from the middle out)

The husky season has started! She looks a bit like a boy wearing her husky jersey but we figure what's one day here or there?
Callie had her first night away from us. Grandma and Grandpa Knowles invited all the kids over for a sleepover. They spent the night doing crafts, picking blackberries (in Callie and Laurel's case, eating blackberries), picking plums, and laughing! She had a blast. She, of course, LOVES her cousin Maya!

Picking plums with Grandpa (I love that they each have their own bowls)

Sharing plums with Laurel - Laurel has a HUGE stash!

Cousins! (I had to post this one, as grandma was able to get Maya to smile for the camera!)

I had warned Grandma that she would need to cut Callie off when picking blackberries and I was right! Every blackberry that went in her bowl went right into her mouth

The next day I met everyone at the fair. Callie had a blast petting and visiting all the animals.

There was this crazy music thing that kids were pounding and banging away on - Callie joined right in!


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Sun River 2018

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We celebrated these 2 boys on this trip. 
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UW recently had a Girl Scout night at one of the Husky games. Preston was out hunting so I took the kiddos by myself (and met Sarah and Rey there). It went surprisingly well - especially since the game ended up being a 7:30 pm game. Luckily Liam napped the whole way there and was able to rally when it was game time. Callie's highlights of the game was being there with her cousins, the cheerleaders, and the marching band. She wasn't too interested in the football aspect. 
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Enthralled with the marching band
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