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Mother's Day 2008

Yesterday, we did the tour of New Jersey's nursing homes. Starting in West Orange to visit my 95 year-old grandmother, and unfortunately (unfortunately because she's in a home), ending in Piscataway to visit Chris's way too young mom.

On the bright side though, we celebrated grandma's birthday (a few weeks late), with an ice cream cake. So I thought it would be good to post a picture of all of us, four generations of Lapiroff women (Lapiroff is grandma's maiden name).


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Kim, that's a great family shot. Which one is your Mom?

PS - the girls are soo cute!

Kim [TypeKey Profile Page]:

Thanks Terry.

Okay - that's grandma in the center, then Mom, Aunt Sheila, me, Becky & Sammi from left to right.

barb cabot:

Kim we should all be so lucky to look as great as your grandma does at 95 if we can make it to that age! Fantastic! And in regards to your four generations...all of you are beautiful! A family to be proud of! Thanks for sharing.


Great photo. You should frame it for grandma, mom, and Aunt Sheila.


What a wonderful photo, Kim. Your family is gorgeous.

Great photo and one to cherish. How old are Becky and Sammi now? How special for for all of you to get to celebrate your Great Grandmother's 95th birthday.

Kim [TypeKey Profile Page]:

Becky is 15 and Sammi is 12 now. Yeah, I'm glad they got to know a great-grandma. My grandpa (Grandma May's husband from above) died just after Sammi was born though Becky still remembers him a little. My other two grandparents died before I was married.

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