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How did I never see that?!  Possibly the most awesome pregnancy during Halloween pic ever...way more memorable than the classic painting the stomach into a pumpkin!

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Originally Posted by dashley111 View Post

How did I never see that?!  Possibly the most awesome pregnancy during Halloween pic ever...way more memorable than the classic painting the stomach into a pumpkin!


Totally! I love it!
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redface.gif Thanks. I wish I could've talked DH into wearing a beekeeper costumer, but he refused. Looking at that picture now, I can't believe I ever had a belly like that! It seems I've already forgotten everything about how I felt during pregnancy, haha.

 

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What is a Go-Pod?  I have never seen one of those!  The bottom pic is very cute... I love the similar blankets and their expressions!

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Edited by birdhappy85 - 4/27/13 at 5:42pm
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I googled it. It looks like an awesome idea.

And the two swaddled babies is funny.
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 I can't wait for Sora to use it outside in the springtime while I'm gardening!

It does seem like a great idea!  The first thought that went through  my head, though, when I read this was, good luck with that!  I can't tell you how many times I tried to set ds1 up with things to play with or something to sit in while I tried to garden to absolutely no avail.  All gardening had to be done with him strapped to my back or when dh was home.  And even then I had to stop frequently, always in the middle of something messy, to nurse him or soothe him.  Sigh...  I know, I'm a big bummer.  Hopefully Sora will be more easily entertained!
 

 

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She might be crawling and eating bugs by planting time!
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Good idea to keep my expectations low. I get easily frustrated if I'm interrupted in the middle of doing anything. Hopefully DH can watch the baby for a little bit while I garden. I think our baby monitor functions at a pretty good distance too, so maybe I can get things done while baby is napping. We shall see! I'd like to at least keep up with weeding before DH goes crazy with weed killer and accidentally kills anymore of my perennials irked.gif (like he did last year while I was pregnant and put a halt on my gardening). Not cool!

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Avery: 10.5 weeks

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And eye color in the sun...
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Here is a pic of Olivine in my garden when she was 7mo.  She never cared much for being stuck in a 'baby thing', but she did love to be on a blanket on the ground.  Yeah, she ate some dirt, but she loved it!  The bottom pic is of my garden that year, so it's totally possible to get some gardening done with a baby.  :)

 

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Someone found their feet!!!

 

Look at those longgg fingers... Just like daddy.

 

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Wow Abra!  That is a stunning garden!  Totally jealous!  I miss my garden in Maryland... I had only worked on it for 3 seasons and now I have to start all over again!  Sigh...

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Wow Abra!  That is a stunning garden!  Totally jealous! 


Agreed! I will be starting a vegetable garden from scratch and aspire to have a garden like Abra's one day! I've only really planted and tended to flowers since we've been here for only 2 years and have been so busy with the house itself. I hope growing vegetables is easy enough. Sheepish.gif I have a LOT to learn about soil balances and planting seasons for different produce. It's kind of overwhelming to me!

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Thanks.  I've also had a garden for 3 years now (this will be my 4th).  I started off small the first year and then did a major expansion in 2010 (the picture above).  It's all a fun learning experience and def. something that can be done with kids.  The most important thing is to WATER!  Everyone I know that has gardening failures fails to water enough.  Right now my garden beds are still a huge mess because I didn't winterize them this year.  That just means more work for me in March/April when I start to prepare everything.
 

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Wow Abra!  That is a stunning garden!  Totally jealous!  I miss my garden in Maryland... I had only worked on it for 3 seasons and now I have to start all over again!  Sigh...



 

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Love seeing all the new baby pics.  It's the first thing I checkout when I visit here.biggrinbounce.gif

 

 

Here are my little buncas:

 

 

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Stormy getting ready to go visit grandma.

 

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Michelle- your older boy has stunning eyes... is that Skye or Sage?

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Thanks.  That is Sage.  Both dh and I have brown eyes, so we were surprised to have a green eyed boy, 

Sage takes after my side of the the family and Skye and Storm take after dh, he is Ojibwe.

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