Category Archives: Babies

30 :: January

Wow. January has absolutely flown by. We’re ready for some warm weather around here. When I change my babies and see their beautiful soft skin, I long for summer and to see their knees and elbows again! S is going … Continue reading

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Registry List Suggestions

Today I’m over at CTWorkingMoms.com doing what I do best – making lists. I’ve finally typed up a running list that I’ve had going for some time about what I think you need to get (and don’t need to get) … Continue reading

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11 Months Old

On Christmas Day, S was 11 months old! These photos were taken in Florida and really don’t do her spiky hair justice. I’ll post more photos soon where her hair is in its full glory. It’s starting to really remind … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas from Daycare

I love seeing what my babies make me at school and daycare for Christmas. M brought home a reindeer candy cane that she was SO proud of and that “you can never, ever, ever eat.” S (almost 11 months old) … Continue reading

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Her Two Front Teeth

This little lady has 4 teeth now! She’s gotten her two front teeth through just in time for Christmas! She now has her top two front teeth and her bottom two front teeth. (This photo is a few weeks old)

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9 Months Old

S is already 9 months old! Slow down on the growing up, will you kiddo? But please, please, go back to sleeping through the night. You’ve been doing it for so long, you must be a pro – please, make … Continue reading

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What a Week: First Teeth!

Within a span of one week, S has started crawling and cut two teeth (bottom front)! No wonder we had so many sleepless nights! Hopefully this means things will calm down a little. Wait, now she crawls, so it is … Continue reading

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