Tuesday, July 25, 2006

I have just moved to Blogger!

You can see my previous July posts if you click here.

6 comments:

Jessi said...

Hello sweet Chloe! I'm glad you switched to blogger; I've wanted to comment on your old one, but never could before!
Love you!
Aunt Jessi

Angie said...

Chloe! You are growing up so fast! I love you sweetie,
Aunt Ang

Jessi said...

Hey Clo, I think you have the wrong time stamp set up b/c I posted my comment at 11:06, not 8:06. Love ya!

Kathy said...

Dear Chloe, I didn't know I could reply to your blog! A marine biologist--how exciting! Grandpa and I recently went to the famous aquarium in Baltimore. You would have loved it! Sharks and eels and rays, and 1000s of other fish, too! I hope we can take you there sometime! How was the house blessing? Any pictures? Love you,
XOXOXOXOXOXOX Grandmother

Amazing Grace said...

Chloe, I love your blog. I am going to get the book you recommended for my great-grandson Jared. He is almost your age and loves to read. Reading is such fun. I remember that at your age I could walk to my neighborhood library and bring home tons of books. I liked the picture of you reading the book as you walked home. Now that is the sign of a read reader.

Xie said...

Chloe, I like writing your name because it is such a pretty one. I am going to look up some of your favorite books when I go to the library. When I was a girl my grandmother used to love to read my books. My family teased her that she was in her second childhood. I am interested in what young girls are reading today. My ten year old great-grandchild, Tyler, has read all the Harry Potter books. Magic and fantasy books are not my favorite. I like to read about real life. I am going to try to send you a picture of a big bug I found in my garden. It is not marine life, but it is an interesting bug. I am going to Maine in about 10 days and I will see so much marine life there. In fact I will be consuming it. Yummy, lobsters, clams, oysters and fish.

Keep blogging because your postings are very interesting.