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Austin goes to Nursery... almost.

Well it's time for Austin to start attending nursery.  When Jackson went to nursery for the first time he didn't even look back to see if we were with him, but I knew Austin would be a different story.  I didn't go to church that Sunday because I was sick, so it was just Daddy, Jackson, and Austin.  Daddy took him to nursery and had to stay for awhile, but then the nursery leader brought out Mega Blocks and Austin went off to play so Jim slipped out.  He did really well until the last hour of church when another baby bit or hit him and he was done with nursery for the day.  I can't blame him, it's a dog eat dog world in nursery.

This is the start of his first day.  He doesn't look too excited...


This is how sad he was when he was returned to Daddy.  Look at that sweet face.  Maybe next time will be better...


I just like this picture because you can really see the resemblance between Daddy and Austin here.  Austin is his Daddy's mini-me!


The really sad part is that I've been so sick that we've all missed several Sundays because Jim has been staying home to take care of me.  It's going to be like starting all over again when we get back after the holidays.  My poor Big Poppa.

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  1. This is going to be Addie... It sounds like you have been doing some fun things lately. YAY for meeting your Dad and I am so glad to hear it was so comfortable. That is completely fantastic! I am sorry to hear you have been sick. Hope it ends soon and you can start to feel better and back to your busy fun self.

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