Week 2 on the Photo Thing

Jan 14, 2014

Ok so I’m still taking pictures…let’s get to it!

Day 8 – Even though my job stresses me out sometimes, I still love what I do. CSS Geek!


Day 9 – Grateful for the chance to show my baby how to build a snowman


Day 10  – I may be a loner, but I’m thankful for nights out with friends.


Day 11 – Out of the blue toddler performances. Where does she come up with this stuff? I’m amazed everyday.



Day 12 – Story time at the library! I love seeing her have fun out there.


Day 13 – Toddler outfits, how amazing is this one!?


Day 14 – Banana Bread! I don’t make it very often but I love it.


Some More

Jan 08, 2014

Seeing as it’s been one week and I’ve already failed at posting the pictures daily you can pretty much expect it to be par for the course. I have however been taking the photos, so that’s a tiny victory. Here’s my update for the last few days.

Day 5 – I love good children’s books.


Day 6 – My wonderful little family. Love it when she snuggles up to daddy.


Day 7 – Look at that silly girl. So glad I get to see her adventures everyday.


Some Politics and a Baby

Nov 11, 2012

If you don’t want to read what I have to say about politics (written only because I needed to get it out of my system and this is my blog, so if you don’t like it, go look at cute pictures elsewhere), then skip the next three paragraphs. I’ll let you know when its over.


The 2012 elections are finally over, which means no more political ads for a while, which is exciting. But while I thought the worst was over on Wednesday, instead the most hateful comments from friends were just waiting  for after the election. Sore losers are sore… and annoying. I want to keep liking these people. Personally I am pleased with the election results, but even if it hadn’t gone my way I wouldn’t be insulting everyone who won because I can’t handle my disappointment like an adult. Its a simple matter of mutual respect and I find it very hard to respect some of my friends and acquaintances and their viewpoints when they send out so much negativity and unprovoked generalized attacks. I guess that’s what I get for living in Utah where my political views make me the minority. But a little decency doesn’t seem like so much to ask for.

I guess for now I can take my solace in the fact that I won’t be living here forever, and hey my guy did win, so I guess I’m not alone in my “idiocy” since more than half the country agrees with me. And you know what? I can feel better that my daughter will be growing up in a world that (at least for the next four years) actually values the environment and is working to preserve it for her future. That’s what is important to me. So if my well thought out decision based on environment and social betterment makes me the stupid one then so be it.

I don’t believe that either side is completely right, or that either side is completely wrong, all I can do is make my decisions based on what I want to see for our future. I shouldn’t be derided for participating in the system the way I’m meant to. I don’t feel like I need to agree with everyone, and I can respect that people I love and care about have different values than I do. That’s what makes this whole thing work. What I do feel is that those things shouldn’t be divisive. Defaulting to insults and name calling degrades everyone involved.


There now that wasn’t so bad, here are pictures of an adorable baby as a reward. This weekend was her first snow storm. She didn’t know quite what to make of the world turning white and cold. She didn’t seem bothered until she stuck her hand in it and realized that the cold wasn’t going to go away.  There are also a couple pictures of my pretty little fairy child on Halloween.

Have I mentioned she’s crawling now too? Yeah, that’s happening. Between her and the rabbit, and her providing the rabbit with things, everything is being destroyed. Good thing they’re so cute.

We also took a trip to the Utah Natural History Museum this weekend. They’ve moved since the last time I was there and it was awesome. There are some pictures of Lucca and the dinosaurs here too (and a sabertooth cat). We had so much fun.

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6 Months

Sep 20, 2012

I can’t even believe my little girl is 6 months old as of yesterday. She’s just cruising right along, and she’s learning new things almost every day it feels like. Just today she figured out how to sit up on her own. She can pull herself up, she’s almost crawling, she sits in a high chair when we go out to eat. She thinks she’s big stuff and can do whatever she wants (and for the most part she’s right). She’s just so dang cute and smart, how can we tell her no? Here are some pictures of her day at the park yesterday.  She’s not too spoiled is she?

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She’s Here!

Mar 25, 2012

After a fairly quick and, at times, pretty rough natural labor and delivery our beautiful baby girl is finally here! Lucca Eire is healthy and amazing.

There’s not much better in the world than a brand new baby sleeping peacefully on your chest. We are truly lucky in every way with our new daughter.


Dec 11, 2011

I have been meaning to post here for quite a while. A lot has been happening since last I posted, and even before that.

Our biggest news is Baby! We’re expecting a baby girl in March. It will be our first, and very possibly only, child.

We’re rapidly coming up on only three months left. It’s been a crazy few months. We have so much to do before she gets here, seeing as we really haven’t done anything at all. I think after Christmas and probably after the new year we will actually really start to reorganize our home and our lives to make room for her. Of course this means that we have to go apartment hunting again, but I’d say it’s worth it.

She’s really making her presence known, and I think she annoyed the midwife at the last appointment because she was moving so much. K and I are madly in love with her already.