Monday, November 28, 2005


Saturday we did some running around and Sunday we saw Alice in Wonderland with the Theater in English. It ended up being a children�s play and about half way through this little girl behind us (thankfully on the other side of the isle) threw up all over the floor and the people in front of her. The parents rushed her out of the theater and everyone just sat there. Sarah and I looked at each other and whispered at the same time, "That is going to be us soon". The joys of parenthood.
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Friday, November 25, 2005


And one last shot.  Posted by Picasa

Another.... Posted by Picasa

And yet another... Posted by Picasa

A couple of more from the other night. Posted by Picasa

Another picture from the other night. Tonight the baby was moving around for almost a hour. Today was the first time I could actually feel "stuff" like a arm or a leg or something pushing back.  Posted by Picasa

Monday, November 21, 2005


And last but not least, our favorite baby item. This night light rotates and shows this cartoon over and over. You have your happy yellow mice / bunnies that are gathering their "special" mushrooms, and your bears toating a large stump, and well anyways, we think it is cool.
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Sarah�s bedtime is around 9pm now if she doesn�t take a nap in the afternoon. This is usually her signal that picture taking time is over.
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Still growing... Posted by Picasa

Giving the baby some Daddy love... Posted by Picasa

Sarah is doing wonderful. The baby is moving with full force. Last night her whole belly was shaking whenever the baby kicked. It is seriously moving around in there.
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I know it is a little early for a high chair but we also got this on sale. We were at a friends house the other day and they had one of these. It can be adjusted from a high chair to a booster chair to a regular chair to grow with the child. This thing also has a near cult status online. Presenting the Stokke Tripp Trapp. In America it is called the KinderZeat because I don�t think Tripping and Trapping are on the top of any parents want list for there first born.
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We also have the Boogaboo Frog. This thing new probably costs more than most peoples first car. We were in a store awhile ago and they had this one on sale. It is a bit cheaper over here because it is made in the Netherlands + we got about 50% off the normal price because it is last years and a display model. Even at this price it is about double what I think anyone should logically spend on a stroller. Even one that basically has a cult following online (Like the Boogaboo).
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So on the baby supply front we are doing fairly well. We got our first car seat, the maxi-cosi. This is really popular over here. It also snaps into our stroller so we don�t need to do any serious "transplanting" if the baby falls asleep while we are out walking.
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So we went baby stuff shopping on Saturday. As we were walking around I spotted this guy with some fairly serious "rat stabbers" as I like to call them. This guy could water-ski in these things...
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Sunday, November 13, 2005


With all the kicking the baby has been doing and already with a proper English football game under her/is belt football may be a great option...
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Our friends Phil Catherine invited us to the game. They are from England and helped us out a TON explaining everything. It was a great match and England ended up scoring two goals late in the game to win. These are some of the flags the England supporters laid out at the end of the field.
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My competition for taking pictures at the game.
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David Beckham getting ready for a kick, I took a lot of BAD pictures at the match. These national matches are a big deal to gage a country�s teams performance leading up to the World Cup matches next year. They are crazy about history during these games. The English had chants going about the Falklands Island wars with Argentina back in the 80�s and some of the articles I read online even had references to rival games in the 70�s. �Football� is very very serious stuff over here.
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Saturday we went to the England vs. Argentina "Not so friendly friendly" match in Geneva. Us being totally oblivious to the workings of soccer, umm I mean FOOTBALL, learned a lot in a short amount of time. We had a blast.
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We also got this great poncho for later on. She has been knitting like crazy. Posted by Picasa

Everything together.  Posted by Picasa

The booties and socks that go along with the hats. Everything is so small. Posted by Picasa

My mom knit us these cute little hats for the baby, a tiny tiny blue one and a little bigger white one from the same material as the blanket she sent us.  Posted by Picasa

A side shot, Sarah is feeling great, and looking great also.  Posted by Picasa