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Growing Up Czech

The other day I was surfing the internet looking for an online retailer where I could purchase additional pieces of my favorite Czech porcelain, Zwiebelmuster. Along the way, I landed upon a blog written by a woman named Tanja, who moved to the US from the Czech Republic in the 1990′s. In her blog, she asked a reader, Jana, to write about her experiences growing up in a Czech family (click here to read Jana’s story). I couldn’t help but post a response with my own recollections of growing up Czech – we had so many similarities! Below is the comment I left on her blog. I’ve added to it as I recall more:

This was so funny to read and brought back so many memories of my childhood. My parents were Czech and moved to North Texas in the early 1970’s with my brother and sister (both Czech born). I was the American accident born later. My sister, to this day, still jokes about this with me. I knew growing up that my family

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Happy Halloween ’09

Camden was very excited to be an Army Sergeant this year for Halloween. We found a great costume and all the accessories at an army supply store. They even embroidered his name, US Army, and added patches for a small fee. I had fun painting his face for him – he was such a great kid sitting through it for about 30 minutes. I think he looked awesome!

Camden is now digging through the 5 pounds of candy he collected last night. Just keep it away from me, kiddo!! :roll: