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melinda the stories and pics and especially the little extra something something with the suit! How hilarious was that? hahahaha

looks like you had a great time!

Vicki Forman

You're one brave mama. Wow.


BRAVO on that last paragraph!


swimming with the dolphins, flying through thin air, making bold fashion choices about butt clevage...what a gal, what a vacation! good to have you back!


More butt? You gutsy gal, you!


Love this all---esp your ass crack. Love the soft piece of it all. Love you all.


What a fabulous trip- bravo to all of you for trying such exciting things!!!! I would give anything to let Henry swim with a dolphin!

Did I spot some yellow crocs on Fluffy's feet? All three boys in this house are sporting those this spring.

I've added a new little quote to the header of my blog, "To know someone here or there with whom you can feel there is an understanding in spite of distances or thoughts unexpressed. That can make this life a garden." -Goethe

That's what blogging is all about for me- reaching out to understand and to feel understood- the good and the bad.

Welcome back.

drama mama

Ah, sister friend. That last paragraph. Yes.

By the way...nice tush!


Wow, Fluffy sounds like he has the soul of a poet...that was incredibly beautiful and profound for a little guy!
LOVE the butt shot...been there! LOL

Yes, the light and dark, the yin and yang...thank God you write about it so eloquently. It is what I, too, hope to bring to my blog but struggle with my damned internal editor all the time!

I couldn't agree more with Mom-NOS about your blog and how it makes me feel. WELCOME HOME!


Ha! Love the butt shot!! That hole was earned, Mama!

I was just researching family resorts in Mexcio..can you email me the name of the one you went to? Would you recommend it for all ages?

Also, my nephew has Asperger's and sometimes comes up with the most poetic statements. I think it is one of their many gifts. They see things in an abstract way sometimes and that's beautiful.


That last graf? Well said. Seriously, incredibly well said. It is hard. It is damn hard all the time, even when it's easy.

I'm so glad you had a wonderful trip. What great memories. (You might want to think about returning the bathing suit, though. Technically, it should hold up better than that.)

I'll look for you in the darkness. Hopefully, someone will remember a flashlight.


Great pictures. It looks like it was a lot of fun. I think I need a vacation!

The bathing suit...tee hee!


I LOVE the last paragraph of this blog entry. It speaks volumes. The name "Beegu" (and its meaning) is lovely. It is wonderful when we experience those moments when we really *get* how deeply our kids see into things.

I love the vacation pics, too (even the butt crack shot ;-) )

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