Tuesday, January 11, 2011


Every time I try to post photos, I get an error message that I am out of memory. Anybody know what's going on here? 

Blogger has offered to let me PURCHASE more memory, but that seems to conflict with their whole "anyone can have a blog for free" campaign.

Without being able to post photos, this blog is pretty much useless. I don't have any more crazy birthmom stories to share, so all I've got is a cute kid. That's not fun to read about, is it?  He's not talking yet so I can't tell you any "kids say the darndest things" stories. And there's no way I could describe in detail the amount of cuteness that oozes out of my perfectly bald baby.

I need advice!  Or an advertiser who would like to pay for my suspiciously necessary "memory".


Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Roady's Birthday! (last month)

To kick off our December, we celebrated our friend (Chris) Roady's birthday. (and don't worry. December was thoroughly documented, but I will be sharing the pics in small doses. You don't want to get a stomach ache!)

The events of December 3rd:
Roady requested a special chocolate cake with peanut butter frosting for his birthday - the results of Johnny's removing Roady's favorite chocolate/peanut butter dessert from their menu.  It was fairly tasty. My first attempt at Peanut Butter frosting, but certainly not my last!

Luke logged some excellent snuggle time with Roady, Natalie and Margaret. He was voted "most well-behaved baby at the party" because he slept the entire time. (he also happened to be the only baby in attendance that night.)

Rock Band. Hilary is a keyboard master, Roady is coming back in his next life as a lead singer, and I have some seriously un-tapped drumming skills. (notice the natural poise and charisma of a nervous lip-bitter?)
Dan and Loren (expert level experts); Hilary and Roady (expert level vocalists):

It's surprisingly difficult to get good "action" shots of Rock Band. It's sort of a "had to be there" activity:

My favorite pics of the night:

Happy Birthday to Roady!  We had a great night, and Luke seemed to fit right in with the group!  He'll be banging on those drums before we know it.