Monthly Archives: March 2012

Guys and girls

Cohen has apparently acquired some information about gender roles. Today, Jacob said he was about to go get the stroller before we went on our pj walk.  Cohen said: “I’ll help you dada.  Cause you’re a guy.  And I’m a … Continue reading

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Determination

We were about to go to the park for the 3rd time that day.  Cohen asked, “Mama, can I bring my bike to the park?  It’s a cool motorcycle.” I really wanted to say no.  It would have been the … Continue reading

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peekaboo

peekaboo

I think Liz is worried the integrity of the writing will be deadened somehow if she posts pictures, so I’m putting a couple of recent ones up. This was immediately following baths tonight and they were both earnestly and honestly hiding from us while we looked for them. They popped out together for this fortuitously timed photo capture.

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A Salute!

A Salute!

So there’s this song he sings at Preschool that involves the flag, the USA and must conclude with a grand “a salute.” Its the only part he readily remembers and he does it whenever he see’s a flag. The flag in question, here, is just out of the shot–but its the don’t-ram-your-car-into-our-bike-stroller flag that he picked up in the garage.

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Not ready for Prime Potty Time

Not ready for Prime Potty Time

but trying nonetheless

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february 2012

I have been putting off posting because I wasn’t quite sure if any of february’s mundane details were blog-worthy.  But then as I sang “I’ve been workin on the railroad” for the 10th time this weekend, staring at the pages … Continue reading

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