Sunday, July 30, 2006
Did Cooper contract Rabies?!
Nope, just a bad case of Reddi-Whip.
**Side note: it was the very end of the can and rather than throw away the remanants (or eat it ourselves), we decided to see how he would react. Clearly, his reaction was favorable.
Saturday, July 29, 2006
Our data parameters began in March 2006, at which time the last female child in the family, Felicity, created a blog of her own. We counted the number of posts (only one post per day counted) and created the data table and corresponding chart above. We are not counting this post as part of our July count, and remember we still have two days left this month.
Clearly, our posting outnumbers anyone else's. I guess that just proves our life is soooo much more interesting than y'alls.
And, in response to your blog posts, nanny-nanny-boo-boo, stick your head in doo-doo. ;)
Thursday, July 13, 2006
After the wedding, Philip and I headed to Stacy & Logan's apartment where Stacy had generously waited up for us to arrive. We got a tour of their very spacious and nice apartment and headed to bed. It was definitely past our normal bedtime!
The next morning we decided to take Logan to Zilker Park, but as soon as we arrived, got out of the car and began to walk around, it began to rain! We did get a cute photo of mommy and Logan first, though.
Next we drove around and it turns out that it was only raining in parts of the city. We ended up driving to the Capitol and walking around on the very beautifully landscaped grounds, and while it was extremely humid and hot, at least it was not raining! Logan loved playing in the grass and chasing the birds, and then Stacy played peek-a-boo behind a tree with her. So cute!!
The day also gave Philip an opportunity to prepare for fatherhood. Note how cool he looks with the Starbuck's beverage in one hand, and stroller in the other. Just five short years from now, we can start thinking of having one of our own!
Monday, July 10, 2006
Sunday, July 09, 2006
On Friday evening, we traveled to Austin to attend the wedding of one of our high school friends, Cuca, and her husband Joseph. The ceremony was held at St. Edwards University's church and the reception was at the Hilton. Everything was beautiful, as to be expected, and Cuca, who was voted Miss Photogenic in high school, was of course radiant. No need to sort through photos for the good ones of her!
It was a wonderful evening, and we were able to reconnect with friends we had not seen in a while, which was especially nice. Thanks, Cuca, and congratulations to you and Joseph! We wish you a lifetime of happiness together!