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Our Best Moments in 2013

By Beth Anne Ballance |

As far as parenting our son goes, we had some of our best moments in 2013. At 3 and 4, he was finally old enough to do some really cool things, like go camping and enjoy the zoo and see his first movie.

We watched him explode with language and drawing, start to learn his letters and count well.

Here are my favorite moments in 2013, the memorable ones, and even a few that weren’t so great but still make up our year:

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Our Best Moments in 2013

We started the year just me and him.

Thanks to my old company being closed for 2 weeks during the holidays, we started the year relaxed and settled into our new home. I loved the time with Harry at home and I'm looking forward to the days in this coming week to be with him.

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Beth Anne writes words and takes pictures at Okay, BAYou can also find her on Twitter.

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About Beth Anne Ballance

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Beth Anne Ballance

Beth Anne Ballance is a born and bred Southern Belle, blogging at okay, ba and using words and pictures to celebrate the challenges of motherhood and the joy of life. You can also find her on Facebook and Twitter. Read bio and latest posts → Read Beth Anne's latest posts →

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