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June 07, 2010

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Lovely World

This is all very exciting. I love laboratories. I always sense something important must be going on!

Lisa at Lil Fish Studios

Fascinating peek. Thanks for sharing it.

Sonia

oh well, wow, thanks so much for the tour, I'll have to show that to the boys later !! You have undoubetly the most beautiful & clever girls on earth ! :D you & R can be so proud ! Big hugs to you & your whole clan xoxoxo

joanie

Woahhh, all so foreign to me. Wondering what the crime was ;)
It looks like Rebekah can manage the sciences and art, must be in her genes!

Abby Emerson

Labs are so thrilling and exciting. I want to peek in all of the boxes and see what's going on. Thank you for the tour!

Jill Wignall

Your girls are so beautiful. It's interesting that Rebekah studies sea birds, she must get her interest in nature from you.

Geninne D. Zlatkis

You must be so proud of your amazing children! Please congratulate Rebekah for me! Thank you for the private tour, it kinda looks like a Natural History Museum.

melissa

your daughters are so beautiful and clever! thanks for sharing this with us :)

Nanou

What an amazing visit !!! Congrats again to Rebekah and thanks for sharing this great celebraton with us !

Peter Oomen

What a wonderful show about what my granddaughter has been involved in - Congrats. Bekki - Opa Peter

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