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October 21, 2007

Tables, Ewoks and Blankeys... OH MY!

Greetings blog reader! I hope this blog finds you and yours doing well.

Life has been moving right along for the Janney family - it's snowed (twice!), both Daisy and Caleb have already had a cold (Caleb actually did really well for his first sniffles) and of course, lots of mischief and mayhem. Paul and I have both decided that Daisy deliberately tries to find ways in which to harm either herself or her brother - certainly she must know that standing on our large bed and bouncing around near the edge MIGHT cause her some injuries.

Such is the life of a two year old, yes?

Table Dilly

She truly is turning into a little girl - yesterday afternoon I put her hair in pony tails, Paul looked at me and said, "That's it. She's outta here." It's like several mommies told me when Daisy was first born, enjoy the time because it goes by fast. Of course I was in total sleep deprivation and feeling like I would never sleep again... time appeared to be dragging. But now, as she wanders around the house saying, "Mom, w'are you?" (mom, where are you) it seems that they were right.

Nonnie (Paul's mom) has been taking her to gymnastics twice a week and for the most part she enjoys it. In typical Janney style, she does not always like to do what the rest of the group is doing and forget about following all of the rules, but all in all, she's doing really well. :)

Blankey Dilly

Caleb continues to grow, and grow, and grow, and grow... I swear, sometimes I can pick him up in the morning and it feels like he's gained a pound. He'll be four months old on Nov 2 (I CAN'T BELIEVE IT!) and he's already wearing 6-9 month clothing. He weighed 15 pounds two weeks ago, I'm anticipating 16 pounds at his four-month check up. It's so different from the Dilly monster.

I think she was over a year old before she weighed 16 pounds.

He sleeps very well, only up once a night to eat and speaking of eating, boy oh boy, this lil guy can EAT. He's doing 6oz bottles for the most part and you can definitely tell when you pick him up.


Paul is doing okie dokie - he will have some big news to report soon, so stay tuned. :)

I am also doing really well; I continue to really enjoy my job, although I do miss the lil chickens.

Life is good. Windy, but good. Sorry we haven't been updating more often!

Thanks as always for checking in with us Janney folk!

Posted by sam at October 21, 2007 12:58 PM in Sam rant

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