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Meier Boys Birthdays

A Special Celebration in the Meier Household.
Jack turned three.
Charlie turned one.
 A morning of heavy rain
 moved the party celebration 
from the back yard
 to the front yard in Canton. Michigan.
in May 18, 2019.
 It was a DINO ROAR themed party.
Always good when there is water play
 and sand play at a party.
Jack was doing just fine trying out his cake-
until they was a loud ROAR
 close by that scared him.


Always time to get a snuggle
 with Grandma.

There is so much to give thanks
 for on birthdays.
Good health, grace and growing.
Laughter and stories.
Grandparents and cousins and 
siblings.
Loving caregivers and friends.
Oh, give thanks 
to the Lord for He is good.
Happy Birthday Meier boys!

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