Monthly Archives: October 2008

Cinderella

Earlier today I was downloading a number of pictures from my camera, and you can guess who showed up in every picture… yes, the beautiful little Alaythia Esther.  Although I also noticed a lot of the pictures had Kabyn in them–because … Continue reading

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Throwing in the Towel

“What on earth is going on here?  …and could I have some more milk?” If you’ve know Kabyn for long you’ve probably seen the above look on his face, which translated to five-week-old little girl somehow looks strikingly similar, equally cute, … Continue reading

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Baby’s First Cardiologist… and Sleeping in the Bassinette!

So miss Laythia had her first cardiology appointment yesterday, something you hope your kid won’t have for about 70 more years, but was declared fine.  She had a strange sounding heart murmur but this doctor who is 82 and one … Continue reading

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Faith, Hope, and Love

I went downstairs to do yet another load of laundry, and noticed the three little signs we have posted over the kitchen counter in the basement unit:  “Faith” “Hope” and “Love”.  I mused on how these days, it seems everything … Continue reading

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The Four Week Old Report

What’s life like when you’re four weeks old?  Well, it means you get a lot of attention from relatives, for one.  The Smith clan came to visit lately and we took this picture to try and see if she looks … Continue reading

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Hooray!!

So usually if I try and put little Laythi down in hopes of her sleeping on her own, she either screams indefinitely or looks happily around at the world, no matter how tired she is: Well today I am happy … Continue reading

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Keeping Calm

It’s a little weird, I’ll admit, to go from analyzing EPR data at the UW for long days, or nights, and furiously writing a dissertation on nanosecond-scale motions in DNA, to taking care of someone who has a good share … Continue reading

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