If I was trying to put this up on Reece’s 6 month birthday I only missed it by about 2 1/2 years… Anyway, some pictures!
Almost exactly a year later, we were at Perinton park again. Only this time, not only did we not have the Oregon Onesie with us, it won’t even fit our daughter anymore.
Hard to believe she’s almost a year old. Time pretty much flys by now.
Friday was Delilah’s 6 month birthday. Man oh Man. The past 6 months have been a blur. Delilah’s had lots of milestones, smiles, babbling, standing, grabbing, sitting & just recently, rolling over. Looking back through these pictures made me smile so many times…
NOTE: If you cannot see the slideshow above please view the original post.
The next 6 months will be just as exciting with even more milestones, but will probably fly by even faster.
Hope we can keep up.
On a Sunday afternoon a few weeks ago it was gorgeous outside so Rachel and I spent the afternoon with the little one. So what she’s not born yet? We’re anxious parents so we couldn’t wait. Continue reading
Ok so… we’ve tried word press before and never kept it up. This was basically because we tried to be retro-active in posting a bunch of stuff about what we had already done and it was overbearing. We’ve tried blogger but to no avail… Hopefully we can get this site going. We’ll use it as a place for people to know what Rachel and I are up to.
For those of you who don’t know Rachel and I bought a house (duplex) 6 months ago or so. Well… we’ve learned some things since then. Quite a lot in fact.
- It’s true what they say. You never really are done. when we bought the house we only had a few things in mind. Since then the list has grown daily
- No project is really as small or as easy as you think it is.
- You dont really have time anymore.
- Old houses are full of surprises.
- Insurance companies suck.
- Water can cause a lot of trouble.
on to that last one for a second and then i’ll end our first post…
A little less than a month ago we had a pipe break in our ceiling. Wow what a pain. It happened while we were both at work and conveniently enough the only day in months that i’ve forgotten my cell phone. Our tenants came home to about 4″ of water in the basement. They went through some hurdles and finally ended up calling the fire department who promptly came and took care of the problem. This does NOT end our problems however. Since then we’ve pretty much not had a dining room. We’ve got a cracked floor joist, drywall and pipes to replace, flooring to put down electric to run etc etc.
Anyway… that’s all for now. Rachel and I are off for dinner and a movie.