Cousins: Bound by Blood

What I love most about visiting Ithaca is here our children play with their cousins. And it doesn’t matter who started it, or who had it first, because you’re bound by blood and you have to work it out.

And that teaches you to stand up for yourself when you’re right, and give in if you’re wrong, because if you don’t, your momma’s coming after you.

What memory do you have of cousins?

Today we’re leaving for Pennsylvania to spend a few days at Hershey Park and Dutch Wonderland. But first, a freshly brewed cup of coffee, thanks to our new Kalorik coffee maker, courtesy of CSN Stores and Lindsay Lou! Blogs.

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28. June 2010 by Jennifer Jeanne Patterson
Categories: Parenting | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | 2 comments

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  1. i would have to say my favorite cousin memory is almost every thanksgiving since they have been born. (I am the oldest grandchild and I have 13 years on my oldest cousin so I got to take care of little babies for about 3 years and I really had fun playing mommy like that.) We just went to Dutch Wonderland about 3 weeks ago… it was so much fun. my little man is 37 inches tall and was able to ride nearly every ride. Hope y’all have as much fun as we did!

  2. I agree – family is family, no matter what!! I have too many fond memories to mention!! Have a terrific time in P.A. ~ the kiddos will love it!

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