May 2008

A week in the life

May 29, 2008

well, I had a nice weekend, my sister and brother in law have made it in to town, I am very excited… Drove up to Stockton this weekend to give them a greeting and spend some time in my hometown. I need to heed my wifes advice and stop trying to give my opinion on […]

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Don’t Stop Me Now

May 20, 2008

30wks, 1day old16lbs 2oz, 25inches Long (I’m short and light for my age, but Mom’s OK with that, less to carry around)Milestones: Crawling! Pulling myself up to my feet Yes, I’m finally doing it, CRAWLING! Don’t stop me now. Yesterday I finally figured out how to move my knees so I moved in a forward […]

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Tis the Night Before Mothers Day

May 11, 2008

Tis’ the Night before mother’s day and all through the house not a creature is stirring except me, my keyboard and mouse. Finally mommy is tucked into bed and daddies on the couch with the pillow over his head.I am awake and happy you probably can guess whybecause in the room next store is my […]

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Unwitnessed

May 10, 2008

Uniwitnessed milestone: sitting up from lying down position. Grandma put me down for a nap on my back and Mom found me sitting up in my crib. I’m also pulling myself up on blocks at day care although everything at home is too tall to show off for mom and dad. I guess I’m just […]

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May 5, 2008

Sometimes I feel like I am idling through life. A constant Admirer. This week I have felt oftly disconnected from the world around me. I hate it when I feel like this. I just feel a bit different, a bit disconnected from the people I see and the world I live in. This happens from […]

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Catching Up

May 2, 2008

28wks, 4dayswght? Mom says Heavy but there’s no proof other than sore Mommy and Daddy Backs May 1st! Time is flying by and so much has happened, I’ll just have to try and play catch up.The wedding was lots of fun and everyone thought I was cute. I got to stay up past my bed […]

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