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Her First Fourth

This remains one of my favorite videos we’ve made. It’s so fun, and Annie was in my favorite Fat Baby Stage. If you can’t see the video above, click here. I hope you all have a safe and wonderful weekend! About these ads

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Likes Long Walks On The Beach

James absolutely loved the beach when we were on vacation. He’d stare at it longingly from our condo, saying, “Water! Water!” When we’d finally get down on the sand, he’d run non-stop, laughing as he gleefully picked up handfuls of sand to run into the water. He also loved falling into the tiny waves. If…

The Second Year Of James

James is two! What an amazing year it’s been. If you can’t see the video above, click here. Happy birthday to our funny, clever, daring, sweet, loving, crazy little boy. We love you!

When He Was Small

I know James *technically* is still small, but when I watch this video of the first year of his life, he just seems like a giant now. If you can’t see the video above, click here. Two next week! My sweet, crazy little boy.

Flashback Friday: Little Baby James

I’ve been getting things ready for James’ second birthday party in a couple weeks. I can’t believe he’s going to be two! It feels like we just made this video of him last week. If you can’t see the video above, click here. I love that little boy so much.

Flashback Friday: Puffs!

We’ve heard that this is a favorite video for many of you. I just watched it for the first time in a while and laughed. Annabel was such a rolly polly little thing (Rigby hasn’t aged a day). I found a puff! If you can’t see the video above, click here. We were such dorks.

Obstacle Course!

It seems like just about every day that Annabel is excited about something new, and yesterday was no different. I’m not sure what put the idea in her head, but when I got home from work she was all about creating an obstacle course. I eventually gave in, and since Heather wasn’t home, things got…

Marching For Her

Tomorrow team March for Maddie will be participating in the March for Babies for the eighth year in a row – our seventh walk without her. The march is something that’s very important to our family, to both remember and honor Maddie, and to help other families going through the same thing we experienced more than seven-and-a-half…

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