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A Little of This, A Little of That...

I have been so busy the last fcw days.

I have no projects completed. I hate that.

We have another busy weekend to come.

Ugh. I am tired just thinking about it.

So, here are some pictures of my beautiful Avery Grace. I wrote in her baby book last night and put in some tickets and memorabilia I found from the zoo and stuff. I don't know why I keep a baby book - I keep a blog too. I also have a journal I write in for her. Not every day, but every few weeks or when something happens. It's nice that she will have something to read that I wrote, with my own handwriting. I hope that is something people always do. Write letters. Or journals. Not just put everything on a computer. It was funny last night, the book was asking things like, "My first dentist's visit was...." so I had to cross reference the blog and journal to get the date. I am glad we have all of this. I think Avery will really enjoy looking at it when she gets older. 

I don't know how many of your kids were holding their own bottles early, but Avery did not. She just started holding it herself this week. She could, she just never wanted to. We always did it for her, I guess. I will say, it's must easier to just give her the bottle instead of holding it there for her. We actually ate breakfast together this morning. :-)


"Um dad, I know you want me to drive you around, but I don't think this is gonna work..."


"Mom, it's WAY too early for pictures..."



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