Monthly Archives: July 2008

Daddy rocks! No. . . Mama rocks!

*This conversation was overheard in the car, on the way to church this morning* Dan is driving, quickly.  He skates through a yellow light and says, “Daddy rocks!” Ava quickly says, “No, no, no!  Mama rocks!” Ahh the truth out … Continue reading

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My favorite pics yet

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Who do you think is more excited about this?

So today while I worked really hard, Dan and Ava had some fun in Toys R Us on 42nd Street.  They purchased a new Rosie train along with a figure 8 expansion track set. I’m still trying to figure out … Continue reading

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Such a big girl!

While I was away in Albany (for a whopping 36 hours), my little girl grew up.  She’s all big now.

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My little angel

I was in Albany, at a coaching session, completely forbidden to check email, text or use my BB.  He even made me put away my computer, as note-taking was not allowed. Yeah, it was a little touch and go there … Continue reading

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The Disney damsel-in-distress films are verboten in our home, so we see alot of Dora and Pixar.  Gusteau believed that anyone can cook, so why not me? I found this recipe and tried it out.  Here are a few pictures:

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Photo Fun

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My friend, Katie, started this one, and I’d love to hear anyone’s memories (if we even have readers anymore 🙂 1. As a comment on my blog, leave one memory that you and I had together. It doesn’t matter if … Continue reading

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Mama Ava & Baby Maddie at the park

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First real conversation

For weeks I’ve been talking to Ava about her school, her friends there, and what she does during the day.  Most of the time I just get her reciting off every child’s name, with water table added into the list … Continue reading

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