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the eric update - day 102: hungry odin and concerned cadence.

odin decided that he was hungry about 40 minutes before he's normally ready for food. he just woke up in his bouncy seat and decided he'd let everyone within earshot know that it was time to eat. really time to eat.

cadence is not used to this sort of thing happening and looks as if she's really wondering if there's anything she can do to stop all the racket.

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10/14/2004 10:54:00 PM 1 comments


Ok it's time and every boy needs a bike.

this is from aidan who is keeping track. written by dad as typing skills are limited 4 a 4 yr old.

love, aidan and dadfromohio

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