Wednesday, April 28, 2010

So, here's the deal

I have a cute baby. I also have a lot of pictures of that cute baby that I love to share on her private blog. The cute baby also takes up a lot of my time so that I don't have much to talk about on this blog. But I said that I would post on this blog whenever I had posted on that blog, but I feel lame just posting that I posted. Do you follow? I don't have a great way to remedy this problem, but I'll make up a post.



Adam and Lydia and I have moved in with Adam's parents. Adam censuses (did you send yours in? If not, Adam may just knock on your door one of these days) all day and I play with my cute baby, play Mario Kart on our new Wii (my birthday present) while she naps, and feel guilty about the fact that my in-laws house now looks like our personal storage unit (boxes in the kitchen, boxes in the family room, boxes in our room and Lydia's room, and lots of boxes in the garage) and sometimes move some of those boxes other places to attempt to remedy that problem. Clearly, I do a lot with my day. So...that was my post. And now I'll link to Lydia's blog, where there are cute pictures of her. But here are some pictures so this post isn't completely lame. Only mostly.

Laura had prom. I did her hair. She will probably never speak to me again. But she looked beautiful.
My grandma got me flowers for graduation - aren't they pretty?
Adam and his friend Eric: graduates. Awesome, eh?

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

We're Gradumicated!

Adam loved his pink tassel :)

Click here to see how Lydia liked graduation.

Sunday, April 25, 2010

Dropped Eggs

As a big party before various family members scattered to the four winds (we're going to NYC and then Indiana, have you heard?), we got together with my siblings and Mom to have a contest of sorts. There were two aspects - who could build the tallest tower out of toothpicks and marshmallows, and who could design a carrier that would protect an egg whilst it was dropped from the top story of a 6-story parking garage? And fun was had by all.

Happily but tragically, all the eggs survived. Until we redid the dropping without a few layers. Then we got some good yolk.

In other news, a new Lydia post will be up just moments after this post.