Archive for December, 2009

bliss



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total nastiness



I consider myself tidy.  Despite a crazy work schedule, and four kids that easily leave a mess in their wake, the house remains fairly clean.  So, it really bothered me that every time I walked into my bedroom the past 24 hours, it just STUNK and I mean like nasty stink.  I figured it was […]

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santa is coming to town



A serenade with Ruditoonz Gage (3rd row, sixth from the right) Campbell (1st row, third from the left) Emerson (absent) Thankfully, no one picking their nose!

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casting more rainbows



Look who decided to twinkle the keys today at my Uncle Tom’s house!  It happens to also be the piano that sat in Caroline’s dining room.  

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elves 2009



These are just as irresistable as our tacky inflatables in the front yard. Send your own ElfYourself eCards

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governor daniels



We were thrilled when Governor Daniels graciously endorsed our book, FamilyPrint.  Saying, “When a National Guardsman deploys there are truly two people at war: the solider who goes to fight the enemy and the spouse who stays behind to face, in many ways, an equally difficult task. Tim and Tiffany Stoner’s new book is a […]

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a little bit trailer



I took it as a compliment when my neighbor said, “I like that you guys are a little bit trailer!” I replied, “It won’t be for long but the kids LOVE the inflatables.”

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bob and tom



For those of you who were unable to listen in on Veteran’s Day to the Bob & Tom Show, we have included the audio file below. You will get some good laughs from Major Stoner. We are very grateful for their interest in FAMILYPRINT. [Audio clip: view full post to listen]

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zionsville sentinel



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duh



I am the only parent that believes the topics and skills our kids are learning, you either  a) don’t recall ever learning or b) learned them well into later schooling years…like HIGH SCHOOL! My three-year olds are bringing home world maps and pointing correctly to the continents.  I think I was lucky to have known my colors!  […]

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