Sorry, I’m too tired to edit much so I basically picked them all. The pumpkins we carved Halloween 2006. I think mine is the bottom. Driving in awful Seattle rush hour traffic. Circa fall 2006. Two weeks old! Two months! Welcome to town. Also I don’t think I’ve ever posted a picture of Ali’s forkedRead more
This video is boringly long. It’s from, like, a week and a half ago? Working on going down for a nap in her crib. It’s right when she was working on pulling herself up and getting down from the bars. I’m posting it mostly for Martha and Georgia (if they’re out there!) to show themRead more
This was at my parents’ house weekend before last. Last night. Took about half hour to get her to fall asleep. Woke up 30-45 minutes later. Another thirty or so minutes. Woke up again before midnight. Finally took her down with us about one. Then woke up this morning at, like, 6:20! Ugh. But, wasRead more
We’re in the midst of a modified Ferber Method. It is, at times, heartbreaking but seems to be working. To some extent? It sure beats sitting in there until she falls asleep. The crying wears her out so much faster. Is it awful that that’s a plus? So, a video. After this we’re down toRead more
This one is a little long. I seem to struggle when where/when to end videos. Never wanting to miss something great. Ummmm, ignore the bickering of the parents at the beginning 😉
This video includes a cameo of mother just out of the shower. Again, this is about three weeks old. She’s MUCH more proficient now. And, btw, eight months as of yesterday!!!
So we are really backlogged on videos. Therefore I am going to try to scatter them throughout the next week or so. Check back often! This first one is from almost a month ago, when Ali was first learning to stand "on" things.
Before… …and after!
Fever broke yesterday night. After spiking at 103.3 under the arm (add a degree, thanks Katy!) and still climbing but she wouldn’t hold still anymore. Kind of freaked I called my mom, seeing at the timing was awful, 4pm on a Friday. Luckily it was only downhill from there. Though now the little one hasRead more