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May 2009

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I feel a gush coming on, but I will resist. What I will say is that Zack has been born into a home that his college-educated parents own (well in the American sense of homeownership) and has received a haircut from his uncle in the shop the his uncle owns. That is very different world from the one into which we were born. Progress. I need this picture to frame and put on my wall.

Wow Zack's amazing! I had to sit with my little on my lap for the longest time. Zack is not even sweating it...in fact he seems bored !

LOL. We kept him distracted with the water bottle and a comb and brush. I was surprised at how easy it was too. :)

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