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18-05-2010 07:07 hour
Julie Williams ( Whangarei )

How awesome for you all. I have never regretted having a 3rd son, Zane. He is 7 years younger than Josh and a very treasured member of our family. So try not to worry what others think, look after yourself and thinking of you with all the things going on. See you on a soccer field soon maybe.

17-05-2010 18:21 hour
Sandy ( HELL New Plymouth , NZ )

Wow, congrats to you all, what wonderful news.
When you get a chance come in to visit me at work I have a bag of coins for the boys to count and bank!

17-05-2010 16:43 hour
Trudi Johnston ( Dargaville , NZ )

WOW another truely amazing update Leigh. Firstly CONGRATULATIONS on the pregnancy! I dont believe you need to justify your decision to have another child to anyone, but can understand why you did!  A family of FIVE is FUN!!!  Another CONGRATULATIONS on the house....even room for visitors!!!  Well done Sam on the player of the day, our Ben earned himself player of the day in his game of rugby on Saturday...look out All Blacks here comes Ben!!!  Well done Rory on your Poem!  We had some goldfish a while back, turns out we are not very good with them (they died!)  I cant believe this is the last week at school in Dargaville, but very excited for you and your new adventures! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

17-05-2010 12:06 hour
jane c ( whangarei )

congratulations on your real life presence in the photo this year Rory - that certainly warrants a bit of a blub Leigh! 

17-05-2010 10:55 hour
Vania

Wishing you all the best with the Big Move.  We underestimated the daunting task of our shift.  Kids in tow give it a whole new dimension.  Thinking of you all. 

16-05-2010 13:26 hour
Heni ( NZ )

Kiaora Whanau
The Run Fun today went off very well!!! We had over 320 runners today. Our First Female,Male Aand child that came across the finish line got to do a Kauri tree planting from our Te Roroa company as a first prize. The first Male's name was Casey Smith from Bayleys beach, the first females name was Sheena McGregor who stays in Huapai but from the Wekeweka, and the first child was Finn Donahue.His parents own the Waipoua Lodge, so pretty much all the first people were locals which is cool aye. The first Japenese that came across the finish line was an olympian in barcelona way back when. All in all it turned out to be a good day considering the rain we have had prior to the run.
Lots of love like always
Heni

14-05-2010 15:37 hour
Amelia Whiting ( Blenheim )

Hi guys, Just wanted you to know that I think about you a lot and often have a look on this page to see how you are doing and what you have been up to.  You are all an inspiration to me with your positive outlook on life.  Congrats on the new job Sean, all the best

11-05-2010 20:19 hour
Auntie Teri & Uncle Graham ( Gold Coast , Australia )

Hey Guys - just wanted to wish you all the best for the move to the Naki.  Sean - good luck in the new job etc!!  Lots of love, Teri & Graham - xxxx

09-05-2010 17:03 hour
Brenda

Just touching base and saying hi. Brenda

05-05-2010 21:08 hour
Kathryn Milich ( Dargaville )

Just popping in to say hello, it seems impossible to cross paths at school, Korie is walking in the school gates on his own most days, just trying to build confidence and indepencence.  We went along to squash on Tuesday afternoon and Korie learnt some racket and ball skills, I think this will be his winter sport, he's not too keen on rugby or soccer.  Anyway congrats to Sean on the job front and hugs to you all.  Love from the Morrisons xox