Mary May Larmoyeux

10 ways to remember the day a child is born

snakeCan you identify this snake?

Well, if you’re a mom or grandmother, you might just think “boy in the house!” Yes, it’s a plastic snake. And, yes, we’ve had a boy in the house.

Our six-year-old grandson and his two sisters have been spending the last few days with Pops and me. That’ s because they have a brand new baby sister! Our grandson came with his basketball, plastic snake, and lots of imagination . . . .

(Read more on Mary Larmoyeux’s LegacyConnection blog )

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