Monthly Archives: June 2008

Tom Sawyers

Today we had the wonderful blessing of a visit from a few generous souls from the South.  Meaning Olympia, specifically The Evergreen State College.  My dad, who is both helpful in service and creative in planning, conscripted three students to … Continue reading

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Born Twice

This story is absolutely amazing:  http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/24999650/ Here’s a picture from during the “first birth”, when their baby Macie Hope had surgery.  It’s emotional to look at and realize that during the surgery, she’s almost exactly the same age our little … Continue reading

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The Belly and the Baby, 6 Months

By popular request, I had Kabyn take a “belly picture” this morning.  Here’s me and the little girl at 6 months: Despite how unbelievably flattering that picture is, here’s another, from when we were in Victoria: The maternity shirt helps … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of the Pregnant Grad Student

I shall begin my story at last night.  I returned home from the lab around 8pm from a successful day of running electron paramagnetic resonance on some protein-lipid system samples.  For the non-scientists out there, let me explain what I mean by … Continue reading

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Babymooning in Victoria

This past week we had a WONDERFUL time on “babymoon” in Victoria, B.C.  Here’s Kabyn getting ready to board the Victoria Clipper: And the loveliest city around: The view from our hotel room was delightful to wake up to every … Continue reading

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