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Gramma (Jeff’s mom) lives only a few miles away and is a big part of our lives. She comes by for a visit just about every day. She recently got a new bike and loves to take Lucas for rides (he too just got a new bike). She is passionate about her grandchildren and loves spending time reading, cooking and playing with them all.

 

While the rest of our family lives out of state, we visit frequently back and forth between California, Michigan and Texas to see everyone, including all of Lucas’ cousins.

 

Our neighborhood is filled with children of all ages and offers a variety of organized activities for the kids throughout the year.

 

Our family and our friends have been very supportive of our decision to adopt and can’t wait until the newest member of our family comes home.

 
Item 5 Canadian researchers report they have "solved" checkers, developing a program that cannot lose in a game popular with young and old alike for more than a thousand years.

"The program can achieve at least a draw against any opponent, playing either the black or white pieces," the researchers say in this week's online edition of the journal Science.

 
Item 6 Canadian researchers report they have "solved" checkers, developing a program that cannot lose in a game popular with young and old alike for more than a thousand years.

"The program can achieve at least a draw against any opponent, playing either the black or white pieces," the researchers say in this week's online edition of the journal Science.

 
Item 7 Canadian researchers report they have "solved" checkers, developing a program that cannot lose in a game popular with young and old alike for more than a thousand years.

"The program can achieve at least a draw against any opponent, playing either the black or white pieces," the researchers say in this week's online edition of the journal Science.

 
Item 8 Canadian researchers report they have "solved" checkers, developing a program that cannot lose in a game popular with young and old alike for more than a thousand years.

"The program can achieve at least a draw against any opponent, playing either the black or white pieces," the researchers say in this week's online edition of the journal Science.