Jun 29, 2008
Jun 26, 2008
Getting Kristin to eat breakfast is like pulling teeth. I guess the same could be said about dinner time. Kristin can sit there blabbering about nonsense for 15 minutes without taking a bite of her food. Kayla is not as bad, and when she is hungry, she concentrates on her food and keeps eating non stop without ever looking up. It’s funny how the 2 can be so different.
Jun 20, 2008
Kristin got her hair cut earlier this week. She looks about a year younger now. Advise to all you parents out there, unless you are a barber, I suggest leaving it up the professionals. I feel embarrassed to say, but I had cut her hair a few times when she was younger. I learned my lesson and now we just bring her to the barber. It's a win/win situation.
Jun 15, 2008
Jun 11, 2008
Often times I get asked "How do you come up with these crazy ideas?" Well, first of all, it's the kids. They always come up with the funniest things. This shot was inspired by the toy drum, and since we were having chicken for dinner, the idea started developing. I don't always draw out my ideas, but I do keep a master list of shots I'd like to take. I use to write them down on paper but started using google docs since I can add to it where ever I have internet access. For this particular shot, I actually drew it out before hand. Please don't laugh, I can't draw.
Jun 5, 2008
Finally, I think Kayla is sickness free, no cold, no cough, no runny nose, and THANK GOD, no stomach virus. That has got to be one of the worst bugs a kid can get. You never know when or where it’s going to be coming out from, and just when you think they are done, more comes out....ugh……. On the flip side, it seems like Kristin hasn’t gotten sick in ages. I guess that’s one of the benefits of starting her in pre-school early. It’s great to see Kayla eating like a pig again. One of the signs that a kid is fully recovered, is they start eating like there is no tomorrow. Meat, no problem. Veggies, no problem. Fruits, never a problem.