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Monthly Archives: June 2011

If you’ve ever seen Jared and I with our babies you know that we swaddle them.  And we really swaddle them good.  We’ve developed a technique that can keep the arms of a 8 month old firmly secured all night, always.  It’s one of my life accomplishments.  I consider myself in the top .01 percent […]

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…Harriet is Han Solo.  S/he is on Hoth, that really cold planet.  Her turtle is a Tonton and the pacifier is an oxygen mask.  Yeah, pertty awesome. I think that Winfield is George Lucas, he’s mostly bossing Harriet and Dale around.  Dale is usually “Baby-Yoda” and occasionally she’d cast as an Ewok.

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…complete with lipstick.  The kids chose Yoda clothes and Princess “Aliea” clothes.  When Harriet got her reward the first thing she said was, “It probably has lipstick in it so that I put on lipstick every time.”  She’s been enamored with Carrie Fischer’s lipstick in the movie.  To Harriet it defined the look much more […]

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Win and Harriet have been obsessed with “Star Weres”  Win’s saved his money and bought a green “light saver” so that he could be like “Yoda-the-best-Jedi.” Harriet is a master at making the zswuunnn sound while fighting.  Can you see it on her lips?Sheathing their weapons.Winfield correcting Harriet on her technique. The kids have been […]

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…than locking  your swing to your hero and spending the morning swinging and making silly faces.  This came true for Winfield.  He took our bike lock, locked 2 swings together, and talked our 7-year-old neighbor into swinging with him.  They made silly face and grunts with each swing.  It went on for a long long […]

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He tied the wagon to the back of the bike.  Bike rides around the block have never been the same. Win leads the way.  (this is from a couple of weeks ago when Win still had his training wheels) Jared and the girls follow slowly behind.

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