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by | Aug 17, 2012 | {phfr}, Assumption, Precious Moments: 07, St. Maximilian Kolbe | 7 comments

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© Marc Salvatore – Used with Permission
© Marc Salvatore – Used with Permission
© Marc Salvatore – Used with Permission
© Marc Salvatore – Used with Permission
We were very blessed to be able to attend Mass at Rascal’s godparents home on the feast of the Assumption, offered by Father Carmelo.   
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This week’s Mexican Polenta Pie.   My new favorite, for sure!  

The girls made Charlotte’s Ptasie Mleczko this week, to celebrate the feast of St. Maximillan Kolbe!

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Bud seems to wait for a special occasion for his teeth to come in!  The first tooth popped out during Captain’s birthday party. The second (top right) arrived during the Wedding Mass of a friend.  And the third (top left) finally broke through yesterday, during Mass on the feast of the Assumption.  He has been much happier today!

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The last couple days I’ve been working on cleaning and organizing our school room for the new year.  Today I decided to round up all the unused paper and file folders from around the house to see what I needed for this coming year.  Um… I think we are good!  Apparently I tend to hoard paper…

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7 Comments

  1. Leila

    Well, you are the smart one (this time, apparently, lol) to check your supplies before you go shopping! Your baby is beautiful!

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  2. Joanna

    Jessica,

    I love your Ptasie Mleczko! 😀
    Greets from Poland,
    Joanna

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  3. Julie

    That last picture makes me laugh. I tend to hoard paper too, but never can find a scrap when I need to write a grocery list.

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  4. Mom2Seven

    I love all the pictures… my 8-year-old son thinks Bud is awfully cute! He also wants to know when I'll be making the Ptasie Mleczko! 😉 +JMJ+

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  5. Jennifer Elia

    LOL! I also decided to organize all our school supplies before shopping. I had the kids pull everything out and we sorted through, purged, and reorganized everything into one cabinet. Verdict: we don't need any school supplies!! I must admit, I am a little bummed about not getting to buy new supplies. It's just one of those things I have always enjoyed.

    Best wishes in getting ready for school.

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  6. Kelly

    I loved seeing the pictures of Fr. Carmelo's mass. What a blessing! Bud reminds me so much of Snuggles. 🙂
    I had to chuckle about the paper. I do the same thing, but this year I actually do need to go out and buy more. I really didn't have to buy much of anything last year. Many blessing for you in the new school year!

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  7. Anonymous

    How amazing! I won't even tell you about our Feast of the Assumption faliure. It was not pretty. I have not been that lucky lately, lol. I need you to come over and help me with my school area. It is not pretty~

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