Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Impressive!

So the first part of this clip is just cute, that's the only reason it's on. But the second part is the cool part. And watch for her drum solo at the end!
Hope everyone has a great Thanksgiving!
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Monday, November 24, 2008

Getting ready for Turkey Day




We're all looking forward to T-Day. Hope all is well in your world!

Thursday, November 13, 2008

11 months, 1 day (and loving every minute of it)





Natalie enjoyed smiling (but not eating) during dinner tonight. She must be looking forward to her mom's big birthday this weekend!

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Smartest baby ever




So Natalie's starting to feel better. She went to daycare today and is basically just trying to kick her cough. The medicine seems to be working on her ears. So she's moving on to testing her brain power. Just like mommy, she loves crosswords!

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Sick Day

Natalie and I are home sick today. Natalie has a nasty cold and as we found out at the doctor yesterday, double ear infections. I'm pumping myself full of vitamin C because I can't take more sick time for myself! She's sleeping it off right now.

Monday, November 3, 2008

Swinging in November




Man alive it's warm outside. Natalie and I celebrated the 70-degree weather by going to the park as soon as we got home. She LOVES swinging. She laughs and laughs when she gets pushed. By the end of the week we might be able to play in snow! Gotta love Minnesota!

Sunday, November 2, 2008

Everyday is an Adventure




Natalie's moving all over the place. She's getting pretty sure of herself while standing, often letting go and shocking herself when she falls to her butt. However, she did make it all the way up the stairs yesterday morning, of course daddy was right behind her.

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Halloween









Natalie wasn't so sure about her costume at first, but she quickly got used to it and our little froggy had a good night. She helped us hand out candy for the first few hours, but then eventually had to go to sleep. Every time someone came to the door, you could hear her welcoming her from her crib, she wanted to be a part of the fun. We ended up having 100 kids and would have had more but ran out of candy.