Monthly Archives: December 2009

More family today

Kristin’s parents came in today to help us ring in the new year.  This was the first time that Max met his grandfather and his great grandfather.  We spent most of the day visiting with everyone and enjoying the free … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas…the pope was just tackled going to mass!

I am sitting here with my son asleep on my chest on Christmas Eve.  NORAD has spotted Santa flying over Kennedy Space Center and is heading into the greater United States.  This is…awesome. We just finished watching Christmas Vacation and … Continue reading

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drop-ins and late goodbyes

My sister and brother in-law left this evening.  We had a great time with them this weekend.  We started off the day by going out to brunch at 2pm then they did some shopping before they caught their flight home.  … Continue reading

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Don’t google “bottle nipples”…you’ve been warned.

We haven’t posted over the weekend because of everyone here.  I stayed up until 3am almost every night to make sure that Kristin could get some good sleep.  We decided to just breastfeed Max in bed instead of making bottles … Continue reading

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First evening away from Max!

My sister and my brother in-law took us out for sushi tonight.  It was the first time that we got out of the house without Max.  He stayed behind with grandma.  The evening was fueled with spirited discussions and excellent … Continue reading

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Voted most kissable cheekys ever

Casey’s mom and sister arrived last night.  They were both happy to see Max and get out of the car! Max was a fussy wuzzy and it was good that there were others here to hold him for us.  His … Continue reading

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Storms a brewin’ and the natives are battening downd the hatches!

Weather forecasters predict a snow storm tomorrow and the locals are making a run on the grocery stores…buying up all the bread and milk that they can find.  Snow and ice is the worst thing that can happen down here.  … Continue reading

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