MERRY CHRISTMAS & A HAPPY NEW YEAR

On a Personal Note…

Picture12013 is coming to an end and what a wonderful year it has been! This year my wife and I had our first child, Adalyn. She fills our days with smiles and laughter. We feel so very blessed to be her parents.

She loves to play, giggle, scoot, and jump and is just about crawling officially (she probably will be by the time this newsletter is sent out). She has already been to 9 States in her half year of life and loves to make new friends wherever she goes. My wife no longer works at Philhaven and cherishes the special times she gets to spend with our daughter.

Picture2 The two of them pop in to Snap every once in a while and Elisa helps out at the store. Last month Adalyn got her first tooth!. We are excited for 2014 and the “firsts” that are ahead of us!



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