that is one of my fave pics from our wedding because our friend shot it when we got to the top of the aisle and it was all over
doug and i both had really clammy hands during the ceremony
you can't really see it in the pic but i have a little beaded tiara thing on.....figuring what other day can you wear a tiara???? (----> very princess). our honeymoon was at a free cabin with no electricity on the south side of mt lassen. lots of hiking to boiling lakes and fumaroles.
LOL about the bobby pins. i could see with your hair beth why black just would NOT WORK
(but i'm sure it did and you looked lovely)
that really sucks about the retreat. and well the 'anonymous' complaint thing is always icky feeling. i'm sure there are a real mix of people....some far more understanding than others. i am not really a member of any spiritual community but i do like the catholic church we went to on easter because it has SO many kids and babies. i don't have to feel like mine is the only loud squirmy one and no one seems to look down on them. a man behind us who i was SURE we were driving nuts even commented that isaac was doing very well and that it was a long time to sit still. as for breastfeeding/ap...i didn't see anyone nursing and i'm sure it is pretty conservative.
renae - it is exciting that rowan is big enough for sleepovers! i wish we had grandparents close by. and YAY for the libido
what's a libido???
our latest attempts have been awkward and just uncomfortable so i think we're just done with that scene for a while
ha. i'm just too huge!!!!
speaking of which i'll try to take some pics this morning and i finally downloaded some off the camera a couple of days ago. i am giganto! no maternity shirts can even keep a wrap on this belly lately. the pants ride down and the shirts ride up.
i'm really impressed with isaac's new class. his sweet teacher emailed me pics of his first 2 days. and they have much more of a structured cirriculum. they set up different stations and yesterday they had art, music and a water sensory table set up. and then she said they were going to do a cognitive math activity in the afternoon. it just sounds like a more structured stimulating program...which i think will be great for isaac
i'm still balking at the cost of keeping him there a couple of days a week but feeling like it is probably worth the cost as it turns more from a daycare purely play situation to more of a preschool environment. granted i think it is all age-appropriate. they did do 'educational' stuff in his last class like color themes but it was very low key and now he's just getting older and ready for more complex activities. kinda cool
i got an evaluation from his last class. one part made me think of your blog entry about L and her love of stuffies, KK. the criteria was something like 'shows affection for dolls or teddy bears' and the comment was 'when he is in the mood, he loves his trucks!'
so true, my very 'boy' boy.
i can't believe it is friday already
: the weeks are flying by right now.
happy friday everybuggy!!!