Wednesday, March 17, 2010

St. Patrick's Day

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Killing Time

Waiting for the snow to melt.


Changed up the look of this thing to give it a more springtime feel. How does it look?

Oliver's first movie! We finally caught him. It took tons of tries to get this video. The little guy must not like cameras.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Uncomfortable While Walking.

Alright, so i had to go for a walk this morning to avoid leg cramps.  While rounding my block I encountered a man walking in the opposite direction of me.  He stared freely at me breasts without casting his eyes downwards for even a second to realize that I am fully pregnant.  Why?  How is this possible?  And if he did notice that I am pregnant, and kept staring, how upset should I be about this encounter?  I should start stuffing my ample chest into a too-tight sports bra to avoid these things.  I believe it might solve a few strange, chest related problems I have been having lately.  On the other hand, might also prevent me from breathing properly.... Oh, choices, choices.  A thought just occurred to me as well.  What am I going to look like after the baby comes?  Who needs breast implants? Not this cat.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Holy Tummy!

Beached Whale

I love how it looks like I am getting left stranded in the snow bank in these pictures.   I think I was even screaming at Reed to wait for me in the last one.  Just kidding.  I was having too much fun sitting in the snow pretending I was still a kid.  That lovely feeling of having your mittens tucked in perfectly, before your socks fall of inside inside your boots, and your scarf doesn't smell like spit yet.  Oh, those were the good old days.

As a side note, the band-aid on Reed's head is as a result of a cougar, bear and a rouge jack fish attack.  He Ka-meh-ha-meh-haed the cougar, pile-drived the bear, and bit the jack fish in half with his fang teeth.

Sittin' on the lake

We had no water....

We traveled to Little Bear a few weeks ago one more time pre-baby.
Sadly, because of a slight oversight involving some sort of valve,
we had no water for the first few days we were there.
Needless to say, this was a slight damper on our relaxing
trip.  In the end, still one of the most relaxing places I've ever been.