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My husband and I are a young, growing, Christian, military family. My husband is a Captain in The United States Marine Corps. I am a former Elementary school teacher. We are first time parents to a beautiful little two year old boy, with twin boys on the way! I am a stay at home Marine wife, who loves to bake, cook, sew and craft! I enjoy being a Domestic Engineer. The purpose of this blog is to document the story of our life and adventures as they take place.


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Sunday, July 29, 2012

An Afternoon With Grandpa Ken & Grandma Carla


A story By: Robbie Christensen
 This afternoon was a very special time, because I got to spend a few hours with my Daddy's parents, Grandpa and Grandma Christensen ( Ken and Carla).


We met each other at Yogurtland. Mmmm!

This is me with Grandpa Ken, he is a very sweet man.

 This is my Grandma Carla, she loves me and I think she looks very much like my Daddy. I think I remind her of him :)

 Mommy, Grandpa, Grandma and I, all walked to the Park. I love going there!
 Grandpa Ken played Peek-a-Boo with me, and he put me in a tire swing. It was so much fun!

 I was looking at leaves here. Everything is so new and exciting to me.

                                         
A spiral tunnel, WOW!!!!!

                                    
 I'm not too sure about this one?

I had a very nice afternoon with my relatives. I am learning all about love!
I came home, had a nice dinner and a bath, a car ride, a story and then I conked out.

I hope you all have a very nice, rest of the weekend :)

Love,
                 Robbie 

2 comments:

Michael said...

A few days ago you posted a statement -- " Jesus had fun ." What did you mean by that ? I am not being argumentative - just wondered. Thanks

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The

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Santa Barbara, CA
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