Third Quarter 2011

OK – there have been some rumors circulating for months (mostly of my own making, of course) that the Williamsons will soon be filling another seat in the minivan.  I can now confirm, that in fact, the rumors are true! …

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Second Quarter 2011

I guess if there would be a theme this quarter it would be birthdays!  Gracie turned two back in February and Dominick just turned one this month.  They really do grow up so quickly….  Melani made the “Hello Kitty” cake for Gracie– because for about two months before her birthday the kid kept saying she wanted a greenish-purple “Hello Kitty” cake.   And those of you who have read past newsletters know the kid can be persistent!  Think “Pasta Pasta”!  So Melani went online and got some ideas for the cake and put it all together.  Gracie was absolutely thrilled…
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First Quarter 2011

We had a very special Christmas @ the Williamson’s this year.  The Family tradition has always been that we all go over to my Grandmother’s house for dinner and at the end of the evening the youngest grandchild (now the…

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Fourth Quarter 2010

Early Autumn was all about “cousins” and “pasta”! We loaded up the new minivan and made a grand trek (in Chevy Chase“Vacation” style) to a wedding we attended in September down in Pawley’s Island, South Carolina.  As many of you…

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Third Quarter 2010

Welcome Dominick James Williamson!  Dominick was born on April 10th, about 9:47 pm – so it was just days before that we had published our last newsletter (and hence the announcement of his birth just missed the deadline).  Stats: -Pretty…

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Second Quarter 2010

April is here – and with that comes Spring flowers, taxes, warmer weather and a stork visit for the Williamsons!  Yes – by the time you read this we will probably have already welcomed number two into the fold.  We…

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First Quarter 2010

Christmas morning started at the crack of dawn at the Williamson house with excited cries of joy, the scampering of stocking feet down the steps, and frantic tearing of wrapping paper.  After about 10 minutes of chaos, and one minor…

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