Yesterday, Rebecca had her first visit to Ft. Hood, Texas, and saw her Mommy’s workplace for the first time.
Yesterday, I scratched another item off my To Do List. I installed an extra shelf in the master bedroom closet.
We all have friends who’ve just disappeared from our lives. In my case, it usually happened because I moved away and continuing contact wasn’t always convenient. In the case of Rusty Porter, that was also true. But now he’s just plain disappeared.
Like any human being, our daughter Rebecca has an emotional cycle that repeats every so many days. Hers runs from fussy/whiny to happy/giddy. Usually, she’s somewhere in between. But yesterday was the highest I’ve seen her on that cycle.
My wife had just one day off this week — Thursday; I mowed in the morning, and we went to Ross in the afternoon. We always find great bargains there.
Despite the lack of rain — only one shower so far this spring, our back yard is still progressing slowly. Of course, it’s no longer as high a priority as it was last summer when we moved in. Now (obviously) Rebecca is my top priority, and she leaves little time for planting more seed. Fortunately,[...]
Maybe Rebecca will someday love applesauce. She doesn’t like it now. So far, she’s eaten: Banana: loved it Yam: ambivalent Mango: loved it Applesauce: hated it.
Rebecca took to eating solid foods like a champ. We started her on pureed bananas on April 10, and each day for four days she ate one ounce of that. Each time it was about lunch time, so she could start detecting a pattern. On the 14th, she started eating yams (sweet potatoes). She didn’t[...]
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