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Tuesday, June 30, 2015
Saturday, June 20, 2015
Nolan is 10 months old. How is that possible? He had his 6mth plus 9mth checkup (combined bc I'm a slacker). He's a healthy 21.5lb and 28.5in long. His head is in the 90%...which makes him a true Becker.
He's a future Beta Social Chair! He loves a good party and he doesn't require a lot of sleep. He's vocal. He says mama, dada, and "Tucker" (I swear!). He can clap, wave, and throw his hands up to raise the roof. Just kidding. He throws his hands up for "soooo big!"
He has all four of his front teeth and loves food. All of it.
Nolan is a versatile crawler. He can regular crawl and when he doesn't want to hurt his knees or he needs warp speed - he bear crawls. Fancy.
Friday, June 19, 2015
We have a family camping trip on the calendar. If you know me you're probably laughing right now - but once upon a time in 2008, my friend Jaime and I used our mad skills to put up a tent. And we camped. So there.
Saturday, June 13, 2015
We are happy to report that Cooper is back to acting & feeling like himself! He immediately took up residence on his couch. Poor dude.
We thought everything was on the up & up...but then Tucker was showing signs of the same illness - so we headed back to the vet. Wanted to make sure the Beckers covered the full mortgage payment for them this month. Mission accomplished.
Other than sick dogs - we've been enjoying the summer days!
Friday, June 5, 2015
My great Aunt Kate turned 100 on May 27th. She has always been a part of my life... I can remember getting perms from her in the kitchen sink, spending Holidays eating in her basement, and she has made all three of my kids gorgeous baby blankets. She's a special lady.
Kate's party was very nice! It was great to see members of my extended family...including 4 of my grandma's sisters.
There were favors on the tables...Hershey kisses. Miss Josephine decided she wanted to eat hers in peace - out of view from her parents and her tattle-tale brother:
I was telling Nancy about this...and she is claiming responsibility - apparently this is something little Nancy would have done when she was 3!
We had a very nice afternoon in Plymouth! Looking forward to more 100 year celebrations!