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Photohunt--Favorite

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Hanukkah, 1997

Todi, 2003
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Rosh Hashanah, 2006

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Rosh Hashanah, 2007

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Comments (10)

Kim:

Great photos!

Laura Anne:

I remember that!

(mine's up too. http://suricattus.livejournal.com/989969.html)

Great pics. It is nice to see brothers who actually appear to enjoy one another's company!

I love the retrospective look back at the boys over the past few years. Great pictures.

Very handsome guys, Amy!
These are such warm and loving photos of your children. Thanks for sharing them with us!
Ciao,
Brenda

Very special. Handsome boys!! They must bring you a lot of joy.

Amy:

Hee. Oh yes, they enjoy each other's company--when they're not putting a dollar in my "Shut Up" Jar.

"Shut up!"
"No, You Shut Up!"
"You owe Mom a buck!"
"So do you, you said Shut up!"
"Now you owe her two!"

Love the photos!

A Shut Up jar? I should have thought of having one back when I had young kids at home. I could have used the money for vacation expenses.

The "shut up" conversation sounds like a Saturday Night Live skit! What a brilliant idea!!

sheri:

Great pictures, Amy. I wish I had thought of a Shut Up Jar (or a Stupid Jar or an Idiot Jar)! I have to say that since the oldest went off to college, there hasn't been any of that Bickering when he comes home.

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