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Due to family reasons I won’t get into here, Sarah’s been in Oklahoma for the past several weeks, for a total planned stay of a month. Because that’s obviously a long time for me and Talia to be missing her, … Continue reading
Last weekend, we set out to take Talia’s bluebonnet pictures. We drove up the road to the school with the nice mini-hill where we took last year’s pictures, but alas there were no flowers, so we failed. Then we drove … Continue reading
As you probably know, when we humans are all super-young-like, we learn a lot about the world by watching and mimicking our parents. So this morning, and this evening, Sarah and I decided to model some behavior to help Talia … Continue reading
We’ve been bad about doing any kind of updating on here (and I won’t make promises that we’ll do better anytime soon), but here’s a morsel of a post, with a very happy (and surrounded) Talia!
As every former kindergarten teacher knows, the 100th day of anything is an important milestone (especially when you’ve perhaps been lax about documenting other milestones…1 week, 1 month, etc.). Every year, our class would celebrate the 100th day of school, … Continue reading
As of Monday, Talia weighs 9 lbs, 15.6 oz, up 16.8 oz from two weeks ago, proving that she is capable of gaining 1 oz/day for an extended period of time. So, no more LC appointments (ever? dare I hope?), … Continue reading
A side-effect of Talia not being great at tear generation yet is that she often ends up with the classic “single tear” that just tugs at your heartstrings. Here is a particularly good example.
I’ve been wanting to post some pictures of random Talia moments, but to do so, I feel like they need a theme. I’m calling that theme “milestones” not because these moments appear in standard baby books but because that title … Continue reading
Jonathan pointed out that my last blog post didn’t really fulfill its promise of concluding our breastfeeding saga. I doubt anyone was on the edge of their seat, but as of 11:37 tonight, Talia has been breastfeeding without any magic … Continue reading