Archive for September, 2004
EeK! Annie ran across the room today!!!!! She did not fall and was very proud of herself. I do not know where this new little adventure is going to take us. I am getting out my running shoes just to be prepared.
So much has been going on since our trip. I am sorry, but I have been so busy to write an update. The Girls are growing by leaps and bounds! The new shoes finally came in and they are beautiful. The girls are getting used to wearing them when we go out. Kimberly loves to [...]
Today Kimberly turns 11 months old. She is so skilled that it is amazing to think that 11 short months ago she was unable to even hold up her own head. Some of the skills she has mastered are: * Crawling * Cruising along furniture * Feeding herself * Opening cabinets and doors * Says [...]
Well, Sandi beat me to my amusing Annie anecdote. Annie can be a little quirky, just like her father I suppose. She was screaming up a storm a few nights ago—stubbornly refusing to go to sleep. Sandi was at the end of her rope and so she called in a fresh reinforcement (me) to try [...]
Over Labor Day weekend we took the girls to California. We left home on Friday morning around 10 am. The drive went pretty well. Bill and I were surprised! When we got to the hotel (Manhattan Beach Mariott) the girls wanted to explore the room. They had a great time playing with the mirrored closet [...]
Annie loves to play with spoons (Kimberly does, too, to a lesser extent). This morning we let her play with one in the car. We heard her choking and coughing. Turning around, I saw that Annie had literally gagged herself with a spoon. Totally.
I don’t want to jinx anything, but The Girls have been sleeping exceedingly well at night since our vacation (more on that soon). Every night, one or both of them have slept through the night. That’s super news because a) we need all the sleep we can get and b) our friend Larry is breezing [...]