Category Archives: Marlo

Marlo at 12 Months

1 Year! We survived! You’ve gone from our tiny, sweet newborn to our even sweeter, not quite toddler. You don’t crawl yet and we don’t stress over it. You do, however, scoot and twist around to get where you want to go. You do tummy time still just to get some crawling practice in but read more »

Marlo at 11 Months

Little sister, where has the time gone?! In a few short weeks you’ll be 1. One! Looking back, you’ve been the easiest, most sweetest baby even when you’re face-slapping. I’ve only had to tell you NO twice. Both times when you bit me. And both times you did the slow cry with the pouty lower read more »

Marlo at 10 Months

Oh my sweet and sassy Marlo. You are one-of-kind with your head-bobs, cute giggles, face-slapping, ball throwing arm, not wanting to eat then, OMG feed me now attitude. We love your personality. You’ve decided to go on a nursing strike. Not a good thing because I’m trying to pump and nurse as often as possible read more »

All this to say February sucks and then it doesn’t

I have lots of stuff to talk about but its been so hard to get anything done lately. I’ve probably stretched myself a bit thin with my time. Its hard to juggle a husband, kids, full time job, picking up another gig on the side, volunteering my time for a conference, swim lessons, tennis lessons, read more »

Marlo at 9 Months

It was all about your mouth this month. Lots of new foods and 2 new teeth! In December, you tried to grab puffs and didn’t really have the hang of it. By 9 months old, you have it mostly mastered. You’ll reach for something using your thumb and index finger and you successfully make the read more »

Marlo at 8 Months

It was a big month for you. You, dad and I flew to Las Vegas for a conference. You did ok on the flight and I did have to get up a few times to calm you down. Thankfully, we had 2 empty rows around us so it wasn’t bad. You ended up partying pretty read more »

Christmas 2013 Recap

Happy New Year! Now that Christmas is over, I’m back to work and Jules is back to daycare, here’s a recap of all the festive fun we had. Lesson for next year: don’t put presents under the tree until the absolute last moment. This kid and his “what’s in this one!?” and “these are all read more »