Back to Rufus Ruby Visits the Robinson Family

The Robinson Family, Jefferson, New Hampshire

November 17, 2003
Hi! My name is Emma. Ruby came to me today at school. I go to preschool. After school the bus picks me up and brings me home. Then I stay home with my dad. Ruby and I had lunch and then watched cartoons. Then my dad needed to go to the store for parts for a car, so Ruby and I went with him. A lot of people asked about Ruby, so I told them all about her, and my dad told some too. That night, we didn't do much. Tomorrow I go to the babysitters and Ruby is going with me. Ruby is going to sleep in my doll crib.

November 18, 2003
Today (Tuesday), I brought Ruby with me to my daycare, The Happy Face Place. We played with my friends Brianna, Danica and Madline. We played dress up, mommies, and we read books. We played a Dora the Explorer Game and we also watched a 911 Adventure video.

When the school bus came at 3:10 p.m., Olivia, Mason, and my sister MacKenzie got off. We all played dress up again. We (Ruby and I) had a fun day! Alayne, the lady who cares for me, put a happy face pin on Ruby.

It was fun having you for a visit Ruby! Bye!

The Happy Face Group in Jefferson, New Hampshire

Well, it's time to go to the next family. We had a great time with Ruby. The Robinson family thanks you for the time with Ruby! We put a pin on Ruby of the Old Man of the Mountain.

The Robinson Family
Meredith and Eddie, Emma (4, dx'd August 26, 2003), Amy (13), and MacKenzie (6)


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