Sunday, March 15, 2009

Saturday, March 14, 2009

March Madness

So the first part of March was a little chilly for us in California. We had to break out the cold weather gear for Cooper's walk the other day. Last week we had a 70 degree stretch but it's in the high 50's today and not as warm. The sun is shining though!

This is a tribute to Cooper's friend Melinda and Mary Lou. They have been teaching him how to say how big he is. You can see that dinner got a little messy and the shirt was ditched in the process. So how big are you Cooper?


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Friday, March 6, 2009

9 months old

Our little baby boy is now a big 9 month old. We went to the doctor this week for his check up and here are his latest stats:

21 3/4 lbs - 70th percentile
29 3/4 inches - 90th percentile

He is turning into a long skinny munchkin who likes to wiggle and worm around. He wasn't very good at sitting still for 30 minutes in the doctor's office! The doctor said we are going to have our hands full. We can only imagine what he will be like when he can walk/run around. Sharon - I know you can relate!


Sorry we haven't blogged in awhile. We have been busy with work, friends, Cooper and Hawaii. Our friends Nick, Jessica and Annika came over for dinner a few weekends ago. Cooper and Annika had a good time playing before and after dinner.
Annika is 1 and Cooper is 9 months. We were trying so hard to get them to look at us and smile but no luck. Getting one to smile is hard enough!

At the end of the night Cooper and Annika put on their jammies. Jessica and Annika decided to give Cooper his bedtime bottle. We know he was loving all the girl attention.

Last weekend the adults headed to Hawaii for a little R and R. Here is the sunset view from dinner one night in Lahaina.
Dinner with our good friends and neighbors Bill and Mary Lou.
View from our villa.
Another beautiful Hawaiian sunset.
View from our cabana.

Relaxing in the cabanas. It was beautiful but a little chilly and very windy so there wasn't much swimming on this trip.
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We took a car ride one day to check out the lava. This was the last eruption on the island of Maui.

Our outrigger canoe guide told us it happened 200 years ago. You can see that the lava field is quite extensive and covers many miles. Ahh... Hawaii. We'll be back!