March 17, 2008

Marion Enjoys the Dinosaurs

Marion and Henry are both big fans of the crazy game I bought at a thrift store today, "Lost World, Jurassic Park Game".



She also does a great impression of a meat-eater with her arms all tucked up like a tiny Tyrannosaurus.

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May 31, 2007

Happy Third Birthday, Marion



Wow, the little crouching smiler is three years old today. Is this even possible?

Here's a link to last year's birthday post (when I had more time to do this kind of thing). It has her birthday pictures all together.

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May 04, 2007

Outdoor Adventures

Henry and Marion (and parents) went on a canoe trip. We had a great time, and nobody went in the water. We took some pictures with my camera phone, we got Henry, but not Marion:





Then we went on a walk in the woods, and experienced all sorts of fun new things.

Who doesn't want to climb trees?


Henry leads us off the trail!

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April 24, 2007

Zoo Visit Fun



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April 21, 2007

Flag Parade



Funtastic time at Touchstone Cohousing.

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April 16, 2007

Looking Forward to . . .

This is what I have to look forward to, with the spring coming, with Marion and Henry becoming even closer friends, and with the world opening up to them. These are the days I'll remember, the days that make me cry from their beauty, their fond memory. This is life.





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April 10, 2007

Marion Has A Goat

Who knew it was possible for a less-than three year old to own a goat? Well, as it turns out, Marion is the proud owner of a goat, who will be raised at Grandma Chicken's (my mom) farm. If I remember correctly, the proceeds from the sale of this goat when it's older will be put aside for Marion (college, car, trip to goat-city? I forget which).

Not many girls around here can say they have a goat of their own. Quite a lucky girl. The first question she asked when she saw the picture was, "Where's Henry's goat?" There's a goat on the way for Henry, it just has to be born.

Marion chose to name it Amalthea, which is the name of the unicorn in The Last Unicorn, when she's turned into a woman. She also said, "Now I sing a goat song; This goat is for me and Henry, the doggies have two feet, and the kitties have two feet, but not this year, cus I have two socks."

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April 09, 2007

Super-Kiddos


Aren't our hood-things super cute? They look like super-hero outfits too.

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April 05, 2007

Last (Unicorn) Pancake

Marion is really into the movie The Last Unicorn. It could be because it's a great story, or it could be because it's the first and only movie she's watched.

This is our breakfast:

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March 13, 2007

Marion Goes to Work

Marion sat down at the computer this morning and told me:
"Daddy, I think I want to work on eBay."

Whoa.

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February 18, 2007

Museum Visit

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February 10, 2007

Henry Sings

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February 05, 2007

Marion on YouTube

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January 27, 2007

Mr. Mustache

Marion: "I don't want kisses though."
Daddy: "Is it because my mustache is pokey?"
Marion: "Uh huh."
Daddy: "If I didn't have a mustache, would you want kisses?"
Marion: "Uh huh."
Daddy: "We'll have to think about that."
Daddy moves off to start cooking, a few moments pass.
Marion: "Time to shave your mustache, Daddy."

Yikes. Seriously. My mustache? The thing that makes me a man, a real hairy man. Can I, should I? Yikes. Earl Hickey (from My Name is Earl) knows the importance of looking like Magnum P.I., and so do I. But kisses from your daughter, that's a pretty big incentive.

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