Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Joyeux Anniversaire!


Joyeux Anniversaire!

Joyeux Anniversaire!

Joyeux Anniversaire Ella!
Joyeux Anniversaire!

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Birthday's Eve Flashback

Today is my birthday's eve, that means tomorrow is my birthday. I thought it would be a good idea to take a look back at my true "birth day's eve" and see what my mommy and daddy were up to...

It looks as though Mommy was struggling a bit. I wonder why?

This picture (that Mommy took in the hot-tub during a contraction) reminds me of the smell of Daddy's breath when I first met him at 12:37 a.m. on that Wednesday morning . He was eating tuna on my birth day's eve. How vivid that aroma is a year later!

I think I am going to get some presents tomorrow. Big fun. Here's the first present I ever gave to my parents.

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Step by Step

Rise up and walk!

I took my first steps on Friday (9/7/2007). I have taken a few more but am still testing out my balance. A casual stroll is not in the too distant future.


I have also taken a giant step in my swimming prowess. I am gaining confidence and don't get concerned with getting water on my face. Every day is a little easier. Soon all memories of Mark Spitz and Michael Phelps will be erased.


I have stepped into the wilderness of Phoenix (my backyard, above). I have seen bunnies, a koi pond, and cacti. I do not fear either of these things though they both present challenges to the human race. I liken myself to Dr. Doolittle or Steve Irwin, harmonizing with nature, a bunny-fish-cactus whisperer.


Hopefully you will soon be able to join me in a trek, one step at a time, down a wash or race along a steppe in the arid and rugged scape.


As a wise sage once said, "We walk looking forward, one step, one foot at a time."

Wednesday, September 05, 2007

Paradise to the Valley

Happy Birthday Aunt Melissa!
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Hi friends and family!

We did it, we moved, we moved to Phoenix and so far, so good.


I got to visit with my Uncle Cory and Aunt Melissa and my Grandpa Steve. We had lots of fun and worked hard.

Words can't explain how happy I am to be with both Mommy and Daddy. We like each other and have a wild time hanging out together.