Life has been rather quiet, which is good.
Keelie had to deal with a cough for a long time, in addition to other sickness symptoms here and there. She impressed her doctor with her language development, and her growth is good.
Kori has "popped" already, with her belly showing signs of Keelie’s sibling.
We are slowly but surely doing little projects around the house.
Kori and I celebrated the fifth anniversary of our first date, which is our alternative to dealing with the Valentine's Day craziness. Looking back, it looks like things happened so quickly - which they did. Thankfully, things have been good.
We all celebrated Mardi Gras over at Puma & Granddaddy's, where Keelie made sure to put on every strand of beads (dozens) she could find, and then methodically took them off one by one, before she tried to put them all back on again.
Here's a picture I snapped during one of the local toddler-parent meet-ups.
And here are a couple of good pictures of Keelie...
I wish I could bottle up toddler energy and toddler fury and sell it. You parents know what I'm talkin'bout.
Keelie loves to climb things. She enjoys the Redwood Creek Challenge Trail at Disney's California Adventure, and I got these pictures on a recent trip there.
And here's Keelie crawling towards Daddy.
We were only eleven weeks along during this appointment, and we do not have a definite answer on whether Keelie will be getting a brother or a sister. It is always easier to make out features during the live ultrasound, as the baby moves around. The still images are more like Rorschach tests, aren't they?
Go on to the next entry to see three recent video clips of Keelie.