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Happy (belated) Birthday, Sarah!

Silly Sarah

It’s okay for me to brag about Sarah since it was her birthday recently. I don’t spend a lot of time blogging about Sarah.  She is smart, funny, and the best big sister to Hannah.  She reads at a 5th grade level even though she just finished grade 2. I love her freckles, and dimples.  She knows her mind, and isn’t afraid to stick to her guns, which can be a great thing, and a tough thing too.  She is dramatic, and mischievous.  She loves ice skating, jumping on the trampoline, learning about First Nations cultures, playing with friends.  Her teachers have noticed her natural artistic talent, and she loves all things crafty.  I  love that she doesn’t think she’s too old to play with her American Girl-style dolls.  She’s not perfect (what kid is?) but she is the perfect kid for us.  Happy birthday, Sarah!


2 comments on “Happy (belated) Birthday, Sarah!

  1. Jenny
    July 21, 2013

    We love you, Sarah! She is a great kid! (With great parents.) Love from Aunt Jenny and Uncle Alfredo and your cousins.

  2. Mike Kapel
    July 22, 2013

    Grandpa and Grandma love you too–usually late on these things, but we love you bunches and bunches. I guess that tells you who wrote this.

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