How was your weekend? It was nice. Sat we went out to lunch and then got our halloween costumes Iron Man and a Skeleton (for good prices I might add Sunday was church and soccer Pros? The weather was amazing this weekend Cons? I had to take both boys to the doc and both have ear infections Any news you would like to share? nothing exciting!
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Report This| Share this:Weekend updates for 10/11How was your weekend? It was nice. Sat we went out to lunch and then got our halloween costumes Iron Man and a Skeleton (for good prices I might add <img src="http://img.webmd.com/community/images/smile.gif" align="top" border="0"> Sunday was church and soccer<br />Pros? The weather was amazing this weekend<br />Cons? I had to take both boys to the doc and both have ear infections<br />Any news you would like to share? nothing exciting!
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