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August 12, 2008

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ta

What a great passage. My husband and I have talked about the same thing. It just doesn't seem possible that they won't remember. My son is so much more observant than I am and he remembers things from a year ago. Maybe it's that they are so busy learning and piecing the world together that when they get the big picture worked out they can no longer remember the pieces that put it together. Most of the things I remember from childhood are impressions or just little things like my Scooby Doo flip-flops. Yet, I think that even though they don't remember it, this time is so important. I think it shapes who they will become. Now, I'm going to stop babbling and put that book on my list of books to read!

Steph

Oh good ta, I think you'll really like it.

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