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Number 4

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Bird Feeder

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Under Water at the Zoo

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Leap Day

It is 65 degrees on Leap Day.  Will had swim and gym today (where we swim for an hour and play for an hour before school starts) and we were eating and playing outside.  I had on long sleeves and … Continue reading

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Da?

Much like Leo said Daddy endlessly for everything he saw, felt, and needed, Finn has taken to “da” has his word of choice.  Much like Leo also, he used to say more.  He could work out ‘ank for Hank, mama … Continue reading

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Off to School

We’re coming to the end of the first week of school for Will.  He’s only gone for 3 hours in the afternoon, so we don’t get much of a change to miss him before we’re back to pick him up.  … Continue reading

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3 Carseats in a VW Jetta

Well my first few weeks in my new job have gone fast. I got promoted from 2 boys to 3, so someone in corporate must have thought I was ready for the extra responsibility. Somehow along the way, I managed … Continue reading

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Transitions

Well, it has been 3 weeks since Finn was born which means Angie is almost half way through her leave. I am ever so slightly nervous for her to go back to work as I am just now realizing I … Continue reading

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Daddy? Daddy? Daddy! Daddy! Daddy?

Yep, Leo is officially a daddy’s boy. He use to say more than daddy, but because our mind age is very close, we’re able to communicate through just one word, daddy. Daddy? That means he picked something up for me. … Continue reading

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The Last Post

No, it is not the last post of niblet.us, but given how often I’ve been posting, I could see how someone would think of that. We knew that 2009 was going to be a busy year and I think it … Continue reading

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