I think this storm was a wake up call for all of us. First lesson: take evacuation orders seriously. natural disasters kill. Second lesson: have your emergency kits ready. preparedness saves lives. Third lesson: everyone can help in the relief efforts. 7 ways to help victims.
|This should cheer you up. My Princess and Frog on Halloween night|
Toddler Log: 3 Years and 11 Weeks Old
Marlie made out like Robin Hood this Halloween. She collected loads of candy which her parents quickly redistributed to the less fortunate.
She's really getting into music and her parents make sure to expose her to a wide range of musical styles. This week I had her bopping to Tears for Fears and other bands from the 1980s.
Baby Log: 29 Weeks Old
After weeks of on and off symptoms, we finally have a couple of whiteheads (what else would you call a teething breakthrough?) His entire bottom gumline is swollen because the four front teeth are making their way through, but the two middle ones have already cut. It's rough because he is a mean and cranky teether. I'm talking kicking and punching and pinching and sucking. I am tempted to give him some Nyquil (jk!). He likes to sneak off and suck on the doorstops, so I have resorted to putting obstacles behind the doors.