We called her "Old Tilt-y Tree," and neighbors dubbed her "Eileen." Either way, she fell from their yard to ours. If you look closely you can see Pepper's tracks in the snow. She heard the crack and hightailed it back to the porch in the nick of time. Luckily, Old Tilt-y didn't mess up the fence or our bushes. Sadly, she didn't take out our "much-in-need-of-repair" garage, either! Melissa and Graham slept through the whole thing.
Friday, March 28, 2008
Tuesday, March 25, 2008
Snuggling with Aunt Abby.
Wednesday, March 19, 2008
Tuesday, March 18, 2008
Sunday, March 16, 2008
Wednesday, March 5, 2008
Graham is continuing to enjoy the finer things in life (eating, pooping, and chomping on Mommy) and has so far shown no allergic complications to his new variety of foods. He did however become constipated for a few days after I fed him bananas and carrots with his rice cereal. Who knew mush could constipate? After a few rice-less days of prunes and pears, everything has finally worked out for him (so to speak). Sorry, Buddy.
Melissa is saying, "Mada-pafada-fapelle," which is a place from the Dr, Seuss book "If I ran the Zoo." Amanda made us a copy of the Dr. Seuss songbook (circa 1967) and this story is included, so Graham likes the phrase. Melissa added, "Peas are as nasty as hell" herself, since she despises them and that made him laugh even more.
Speaking of laughing babies, here's a happy Daddy-diaper moment.
Life is good!
Tuesday, March 4, 2008
Hope you feel better soon, Paul!