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Greetings from Oxo Ninja! (...and family)

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Ahoy Oi!

Wanted to drop a line and say hello to the pdd crew. Me (theresa), my husband (roger) and our 3 month old baby ninja (oscar) are moving back to Duluth (ok ok.. Superior) in May and I'm sooo excited to be coming home. We've been living in England for the last 2 years, and it's time to return to the Northland!

Just wanted to re-introduce myself and introduce you to the rest of my little family (see bio for a lil' pic).

I'm really looking forward to going back to the things I know - buildings I've trudged past for most of my adult life, big trees, tasty tap water and wide open spaces, just to name a few. I'm also looking forward to sharing all these things with my husband and my son. I think Duluth is a great place for my husband to start his adventure in the US!

We're deep in to the Visa processing for my husband (and WOW it's so much harder to get him over there than it was to get me to the UK!)... and we just sent a load of boxes on the slow boat to the US. It's so overwhelming and wonderful at the same time! YAY! and YIKES! This is my second trans-atlantic move, so it should be a breeze, right? Well, this time I'm +1 baby, +1 dog, +1 cat and +1 man!

I'm wondering if anyone has any details or info on baby groups that my husband and I can get involved with. We do a "babbling babies" group here that our babe just LOVES where we sing to the babies in groups... the kid is a music lover (in addition to being a badass ninja) just like his parents. Baby groups are also a good excuse for parents to get together and talk about their favourite subject.. their babies!

Any way... I'm waffling on.

Nice to re-meet you all! Stay warm and you'll be seeing more of me on the forum :)


~ Theresa


We don't know too many of the parenting groups in town, but you're welcome to come and hang out with us and our 9-month old - she'll be a year in May, and I know there's a couple of other parents on PDD that would be up for a get-together.

Welcome home! :D

Hey girl, when you get to town we should talk music, and kids. Violet is 3, and I haven't been able to get The Crane Wife off my CD player.

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