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S: Life by the Numbers- Lucas 2011-2012

BC: "Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo and Violet too. The colors of the rainbow." | We love you, Lucas! Mom and Dad | Another great year. We love how eager you are to learn. We share your excitement for kindergarten. Thank you for being a great big brother.

FC: Life by the Numbers

1: Curiosity in the eyes of a four year old is amazing. Lucas loves street signs, speed limit signs, highway numbers, exit numbers, etc. There is always a quest to find more. "Mom, how fast are you going? The sign says 55 mph. I think you're going too fast." | Special challenge: On every pair of pages there is a hidden speed limit sign. See if you can find them all. Good Luck. Mom

2: C A M P

3: J A C K | G A B R I E L L E

4: Virginia Beach

6: becoming a | Big Brother | A few long months to wait

7: Liana Rose enters the world

9: "Buggy"

10: a year in | The Butterflies (Preschool) at Glenmar ELC

11: Kindergarten | ready for

12: happy | halloween

14: is a little world created by love.

16: Trip to Kansas for Great Aunt Patty and Great Uncle Jere's 60th wedding anniversary

17: merry | 2012

18: Lucas' first camera

19: where is the snow?

20: overload

21: happy | Sunday Pancakes

22: Pirate Party

23: 5th

24: Lucas can read! Favorite shows Sid the Science Kid Super Why Wipeout Favorite things Dinosaurs Legos Computer Time School Playing with neighbors Treasure hunts

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  • Lucas through his fours
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