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Speaking Slovene

October 16, 2009

Well, we have been in Slovene class for three weeks now. We have heard for years how hard Slovene is to learn and now we are feeling that for ourselves.  But, to quote our good friend Trisha, when you are learning a language it’s always important to look backwards and see the progress you have made rather than looking forward and getting overwhelmed at what lies ahead.  As we look back we are amazed at how much we have learned in three short weeks and are very encouraged.  But, the coolest part of language learning is seeing Landon pick stuff up.  He can say a few things now and learns every day from the girl who watches him while we are in school.  We finally were able to film him counting to ten .  You may notice he corrects himself…ten points will be awarded to the person who can tell me which number he misses and which number he says twice.  Keep praying for all of us…we need His help!!


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October 16, 2009

He is so cute! : ) Aubrey has enjoyed watching him count.


October 16, 2009

Oma says Landon is doing so great–I knew he would, and so are you guys,I’m sure. Looking at what you’ve done is a super encourager. Landon says “stettam” twice; that word is actually 7, so “stashe” is 6?


October 17, 2009

Me me me… I know the answer to this one! 😉


October 19, 2009

I have not idea what the answer is, but Gabe made me play the video four times for him to “see Yandon again, Momma!” Love you guys!


October 19, 2009

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