Today we had a really clear ultrasound of little Benjamin Wesley Fry — yes, clearly a boy — who’s cooking in Mommy’s tummy. The appointment was at 1 p.m., which is usually Rebecca’s nap time, but I insisted on taking her anyway. Even though Rebecca pretty much screamed bloody murder as soon as we went[...]
It was 23°F this morning, breaking the previous record low by a degree. Our high for the day was 37°F.
(Copyright © 2012 by Wil C. Fry. All rights reserved.) (Copyright © 2012 by Wil C. Fry. All rights reserved.) To see all my photos of Christmas morning, click here.
I may not have mentioned it earlier, but we discovered on Oct. 25 that my wife is pregnant again. Not long after, a doctor confirmed it. When I told Rebecca that a baby was growing in Mommy’s tummy, she immediately ran over, pulled up Mommy’s shirt and kissed her belly. Now she will talk to[...]
Marline took a pregnancy test this morning. Positive. Estimated due date: late June, early July of 2013. If it’s a boy, we’re agreed on: Benjamin Wesley Fry If it’s a girl, we’re agreed on Felicia, but not on a middle name yet… Update, Dec. 26, 2012 Agreed on Felicia Cosette Fry if it’s a girl.[...]
After several days of Rebecca walking, this is the first video I was able to get. She kept avoiding the camera until I sneaked up on her. (1 video after the jump)
Rebecca took her first steps yesterday (Thursday, Sept. 15, 2011). Of all a baby’s milestones, some are much bigger than others. This is one of the top two or three in a parent’s mind. (One image after the jump)
I realize I’m very fortunate in many ways. One of those ways is having a baby who’s almost never ill, smiles often, plays well, eats steadily, and so on. But it’s difficult to remember this when she’s sick and teething at the same time. (One image after the jump)
Just some notes on Rebecca’s progress… • After a few weeks of only rolling to the left, Rebecca is again rolling over to the right.
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.