Tuesday, September 1, 2009

fine, have it your way

I woke up this morning feeling rather refreshed and decided to make a blog post. Then I opened my site and it was broken. Well, not broken-broken, just broken temporarily. (Was it just me or was the internet kind of sickly today? First my blog died, then gmail died, and then twitter died. Of course, twitter dies all the time but the other two things were really bothersome.) By the time my site was back up and running I was no longer feeling refreshed and blog post-y. So I'm caving to your cries of "Shut up about the broken fridge and post some baby pictures!" It's nice to know that no one cares about me anymore, now it's all about Truman.

This kid loves to wave his arms in the air like he just doesn't care:


I took him to Target and couldn't figure out how to deal with him and a shopping cart. I ended up putting him, in his car seat, in the shopping cart, leaving no room for the crap I wanted to buy. I figured out breastfeeding with no issues yet shopping at Target with a baby is baffling my mind. Here he is before I piled him under boxes of cereal and bottles of hand soap:


Whitney came over recently and took some pictures of Truman for me. Here are two of the ones she took, the others are going on his birth announcement and they haven't arrived yet, so I don't want to share and ruin the surprise.



Who would have thought that jparks and I would make such a cute kid?

10 comments:

  1. shopping requires babywearing.... then you have free hands to fondle all of the things! Also it keeps them happier longer so you have lots more time to shop. And when you're really talented you can breastfeed while babywearing!
    I love the onesie in the first photo. Well and the baby is pretty adorable, but now I am all in shopping for baby boy clothes....

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  2. Aw Truman, so cute.

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  3. ahhh, sweet bajeeezus, he's a cute 'un.

    goofy baby clothes (new, not used, heh) are on their way! i mean, after i go to the post office today.

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  4. That first onesie is the cutest onesie ever. And, your baby is STILL GORGEOUS.

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  5. He is so cute. Mike and I were also dumbfounded the first (few) times we took Annabel to target. Still have no clue how to get the carseat to perch up top. So, in agreement, I wear Harry and Annabel rides or walks. He is so beautiful Regan.

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  6. Squeee! Baby photos! He's SO adorable!

    I have a gift to send you that is sitting on my counter. I should get on that.

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  7. such big eyes, truman! he is adorable regan. I can't wait to meet him! Btw- it took me a good 4 months to figure out what was best for going out- stroller...carrier...car seat! I just usually brought it all and decided based on the situation. It's a tough call, but you somehow get used to it!

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  8. He is absolutely ADORABLE and I am so happy I got to hold him for a little bit. For shopping, you'll figure out a system that works for you and Truman. I just took Athena in her stroller and stopped shopping when the giant undercarriage basket was totally full. I also carry a canvas tote and fill that up b/c I can carry that while pushing the stroller. Now I am excited because she is big enough to go into the kid seat on shopping carts. But now I carry a huge fluffy cart cover b/c I don't want her to pinch her fingers in the wire basket. Babies require so much gear.

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  9. I KNEW you'd make adorable babies. I can't speak for jparks, as I haven't met him, but Truman is as precious as his mama!

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  10. awww, Regan, he is soooo cute! and I'm not just saying that. b/c, honestly, most newborns are NOT cute. but he really is! can't wait to meet him! :)

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