The reason the picture looks so dark is because that's how hard it's snowing right now. It's 11 in the morning and it's dark as night (almost) because the snow is out of control! Oh, wait. It stopped. And just like that, just like Germany weather, the sun is out. I guess you can disregard that last part. Sun and snow at the same time. You gotta love it!
25 March 2008
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10 March 2008
Yay for Unexpected Visitors!
2.) a blanket I've been crocheting FOREVER (named "Harvest Bounty" by Linda)
3.) Last but not least, some fingerless gloves! (I know they are totally 80's but I don't care. I think they are suh-weeeeet!!)
What a great weekend!
We're so white and nerdy!
Well, it's here. Josh's new car. Josh's brand new 2008 Volvo XC90. That's right. We are now the proud owners of not one, but two Volvos. Does that just scream preppy or what? Whatever word you would use to describe us now or no, it is a pretty sweet ride. Here are some pictures.
Happy Driving Honey!
03 March 2008
Well, Deacon's crawling. I can't say exactly when it happened, but it happened. Sometime this weekend, I think. Is it terrible that I don't know exactly? I mean, it really has been a work in progress. With Zeke, he wasn't crawling one day, then the next day he was. He wasn't willing to try it until he was sure he had it all worked out mentally. Kind of like how he his with everything else. Deacon, on the other hand, has been working on it physically (and as you can see by the video, he is still putting the finishing touches on it) for the last few weeks. But he really seemed to "get it" this weekend. All the same, it's still very exciting.
Another exciting thing...Zeke is counting! It's pretty funny. He's still not talking much or using many "real" words (I put real in quotations because he is doing plenty of "Zeke speak" with his own words and sounds), but he is counting. He can go all the way up to ten. It's very sweet. He mostly uses this new trick when climbing stairs. The best part is he likes to end on ten when he gets to the top, so he'll repeat any given number (usually 5 or 8) until he gets to the top then says, "Ten! Yay!" Oh the fun never ends.