The Fox Family

Another Day in the Life of a Fox…

Happy Birthday! January 26, 2010

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Special Delivery January 19, 2010

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Grandma Fox… how did you know I LOVE bulk foods so much????

I can’t tell you how excited I was to get your package  and to try all the goodies inside. 

 My lunch was literally a smorgasbord of all four containers!

The veggie chips are really good, but I think I have to agree with you on the Banana Split Trail Mix…..AMAZING… and very addicting.  I had to hide the container in the back of our pantry because every time I opened the door I kept grabbing a handful of the mix. 

 It’s heavenly stuff… that I can’t stop eating!! 🙂


The girls liked the ChocoRocks best! 

We couldn’t get over how much they looked like real rocks and yet still tasted good.


Thanks a bunch for thinking of us… and feel free to think of us again the next time you’re around the bulk Banana Split Trail Mix.  😉



Snow Day January 8, 2010

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It officially feels like winter now that Char had her first snow day of the school year. 


Hey Grandma Fox…. recognize this snowman kit??? 🙂


Here is some footage of the girls 1st time sledding…. I think Charley is ready for some bigger hills:

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Happy Birthday Ella! January 6, 2010

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This year we wanted Ella to decide what she wanted to do for her birthday, so Mike and I gave

her three choices of fun things we could do together as a family.



 None of which, by-the-way, were partying with the mouse!

Oh well…what kind of parents would we be if we denied Ella’s last request as a three-year-old???  🙂


Once everyone scrubbed up and hand sanitized themselves a few times we sang to the birthday girl and finished

the night with cake and presents. 


Ice Skating January 5, 2010

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The fam headed to Lock 3 for a little ice skating the other day.  We buckled on special double blade skates for the girls and hit the ice. 

I probably should have asked if they had any double blades in my size.  Let’s just say I have a whole new appreciation for figure skating after this experience.:)

After two very slllllloooooowwww laps around the rink Ella was ready for a break. 

I was surprised Charley kept at it for a full two hours… especially since some of the kids sharing the rink were a bit hard-core.   Check out the kid in the video that almost took out El in her first five seconds on the ice.

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If you’re wondering  if we all had a good time or if we will go back before winter ends….



Absolutely! 🙂