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Thankful Tuesday




... The Caribbean Life - where I took my kids Down the Islands and they had a glorious time splaying in the cool water and having a great time exploring the island.

... Burger Patties and Hot Pockets - which my kids ate to their hearts content. After swimming all day they are ravenous and ate anything I placed in front of them... but it was easy to prepare.

... Music - that has the ability to fill and lighten a room. Plus my daughter loves music and tries to sing every song. Her favorite is Jar of Hearts.

... The Toddler Vest I used when Sydney was swimming.... after last week's incident, this was a God Sent. She really enjoyed the freedom on swimming freely and I was not over consumed with fear that she was going to sink.

... The day when my husband finally realizes that there are times when you can put down the club and spend a little time with the kids .... he was the only important thing missing on this trip. He came down for a day... I just wished he came for the entire weekend.





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  1. Following back, thanks for stopping by my blog, nice to know we have much in common!

    Erica

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  2. It's always good to be thankful, even for the smallest things in life! Love it!

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  3. I think tho sis very sweet and a great idea to blog about. Perhaps I should write a thankful post in the very near future. I really do have a lot to be thankful for!

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  4. Following Back! I think it is neat to read people's blogs that live far away from me. In highschool, my daughter's best friend went back to Trinidad for a visit (her family moved to Canada), my daughter was asked to go along........so we sent her! She loved it!
    Connie from Sadieloohoo

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  5. Thanks for following me. I'm following you back.

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  6. Thanks for your visit!
    Jar of hearts is a great song, I love it too.
    Following you back :)

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  7. Thanks for visiting me at A Happy Song! I've been reading through your posts and love your insights on things. The post about your daughter and the pool made my heart skip a beat. I could easily see this situation with my own 2 year old. So glad you caught her in time. I'm following you back.

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  8. Such a sweet post! I'm glad your husband got at least one day to spend with you all :)

    Paula
    lifeasweknowitbypaula.blogspot.com

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  9. Hi Jillan!
    It is great to be thankful in everything, gratitude keeps open doors for more. I love water and splashing, plus I love music. Thanks for coming by Teshuva, I have been your follower for a loooooong while, I tried to follow and discovered that, lol!
    Have a super blessed day!
    Love

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