Birthdays then Beaverkill

Trip Start Jun 07, 2008
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Trip End Jun 28, 2009


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Gramae and Pop's house

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Saturday, October 25, 2008

For the last few days, we have been at Gramae and Pop's house in Nashville. It was great to be there and spend time with them and my cousins and aunts and uncles. One day, I helped babysit my baby cousin Colton. He is almost six months old and he is very cute. Tallulah and I also went to the dentist - I had to have one tooth pulled and the tooth fairy came to Gramae's house! Tallulah had to have surgery, but she is fine now.

Charlsi and I also gave a presentation about our trip to see the polar bears to her fourth grade class at Indian Lake School. They asked lots of questions, like "Was it cold there?" and "How close did you get to a bear?". Charlsi's teacher, Ms. Knight, was very nice to us. The class is going to try to raise money to save the polar bears and send it to Polar Bear International, if it is okay with the principal. We brought them a stuffed polar bear that the kid who raises the most money will get to take home.

The best part of our visit was that we celebrated four birthdays! Charlsi's birthday is October 22 - she turned 10. Hannah's birthday is November 23 - she will be 9. Tallulah's birthday is November 11 - she will be four. And my birthday is December 20 and I will be 9! Since I will be traveling and will miss all of them, we decided to have a party for everyone. Gramae and Aunt Danielle got us a huge cake with all our names on it. We had a big dinner then sang happy birthday and had cake and ice cream. I will miss them very much and wish they could come with us on the trip.

Now we are back at our Beaverkill house to change our bags and then go to New York City. We rode bikes this afternoon and saw a few bald eagles, male and female. On Tuesday, we will fly to Japan!
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