Happy Thanksgiving, Baby Scout!






This is your first Thanksgiving, baby girl. And we are so thankful for YOU and all the joy you have brought to our lives! We love you so so so much.

Happy Holidays....

What can I say? I'm in the mood for eggnog.


a little inspiration of my own....

I was just inspired to get in shape by a new endeavor...here's your super nerdy literary hint:

"A way a lone a last a love a long the
riverrun, past Eve and Adam's,
from swerve of shore to bend of bay,
brings us by a commodius vicus of
recirculation back to Howth Castle
and Environs."

...and no...nothing is misspelled or nonsensical.

Such a big girl!!!

Our lil' grower has been growing! And she has the numbers to prove it to ya!

Our growth chart puts Lil' Scouter in the 75th percentile as far as length and head size (she's def. a thinker!!) in her 9th month. She is long and lean, at 18 lbs. 10 oz...and Dr. Cav is wonderfully happy with her development. She is 28 1/2 inches long (I think she gets that from her daddy).

Anywho...just wanted to share the latest stats! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, if I don't get another post up before then!

Argument FOR teaching your baby French...

This has to be the cutest thing I've ever seen. on the internet.


Once upon a time... from Capucha on Vimeo.

two cuteness stories for the day

cute story numero uno:
So today, I watched Scout crawl over to the shelf and take a thick book off the shelf, scoot it over to the other shelf, and stand on it so she could reach the glass vases she isn't supposed to have. So cute that I couldn't tell her no. Until she tried to pick them up.

cute story numero dos:
As I type this, my adorable husband is curled up on the couch...snoring. And below him (on the floor), in the exact same position...also snoring...Champ Champ. They would totally be spooning if they were on the same level.


omg...the cuteness abounds.

Inspiring Story

Who's that standing baby?


So, forgive the lapse of posting. I've been busy chasing our little explorer all over the house trying to keep her little mitts off of daddy's records, xbox, books, dog toys, shoes, socks, tp, laundry, tables, tv cabinet and picture frames...to name a few things.
At this rate, we are pretty sure we have an early walker on our hands.