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#1 Dec 19 2011 at 8:30 AM Rating: Excellent
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I finished up my yearly virtual music photo album of the spawn, and as usual, it always makes me want to see everyone elses spawn and how much they have grown over this year. So if you have babies, kidlets, or an animal you bonded with enough to get them their own Christmas stocking, share the love and pixels here.


For those of you who gag on parental sappiness of any sort, shoo now. The rest of you who understand you can still love a person who has puked on you, thrown blocks at your face and still lives, and you actually *want* to cuddle with the defacer of your property and walls, here's my boys this year:
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#2 Dec 19 2011 at 8:38 AM Rating: Excellent
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That's a lot of d'aww.
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#3 Dec 19 2011 at 8:56 AM Rating: Excellent
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I never get over how unfair it is that all 3 of your kids are THIS cute.
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I always love seeing photos of the spawn. Especially Xavi, and the glint in his eye.
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I'd post pics of how much I've grown in the past year, but I can't seem to find my camera; it must be lost in one of my fat folds.
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I don't have any new pics of Noah. I never see him anymore either since we moved here. He practically lives with one of his friends in the next building.
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
I never get over how unfair it is that all 3 of your kids are THIS cute.

You realize there is a correlation of cuteness to mischief making, right? Mother Nature makes devious kids cuter so their parents don't kill them before they reach adulthood.
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DSD wrote:
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I never get over how unfair it is that all 3 of your kids are THIS cute.

You realize there is a correlation of cuteness to mischief making, right? Mother Nature makes devious kids cuter so their parents don't kill them before they reach adulthood.
This would explain my son who seems to get everyone wrapped around his finger. Everyone but me that is. His sister makes up for that exception though.
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DSD, you have a real talent for this.

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My niece had a whole phase where she'd go "Oh no!" and THEN knock something over to make a big mess. It was ridiculously adorable, which made it super hard to combat.
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Awww, thanks Smiley: blush I find it easier and more fun to create these once a year than real scrapbooking. Plus, I'm just not a scrapbooking kinda femme.
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I have a Christmas stocking for my cat. I'm so ashamed.
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DSD wrote:
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Awww, thanks Smiley: blush I find it easier and more fun to create these once a year than real scrapbooking. Plus, I'm just not a scrapbooking kinda femme.

What, new kids? Smiley: lol

I say this to Thom all the time: "It's a good thing you're this cute, otherwise I'd have gotten rid of you a long time ago!" And it's true; the bigger he gets the cuter he gets, even though he's also getting louder and more obnoxious. At least we're having another one so we can start over and maybe get it right this time.
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Cat, we used to have stockings for our two cats for many years before we had human spawns.
Deb, shut your mouth man!!!! I swear if I ever find out Im having another child I will personally fly to your area and smack you upside the head for jinxing me!!!!Smiley: mad Also, I had no idea you were expecting! Gratz Papa! (note to self: start looking for the loudest, most annoying infant toys to send to you Smiley: sly)
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#16 Dec 20 2011 at 4:16 PM Rating: Excellent
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Tin drum, hands down.

Twenty years later, my head still hurts thinking about that damned thing.Smiley: mad
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I sort of had a Christmas stocking for my puppy. It fell out of the closet, and I was going to throw it away, but she got SO EXCITED about it, so I let her play with it for a few months. She was adorable, dragging it around.
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Tin drum, hands down.

Twenty years later, my head still hurts thinking about that damned thing.Smiley: mad
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Wow, photo albums have become multimedia photo montages. That was so great, DsD, a real family treasure. What was the son on the right all bronzed over and dressed like some warrior dressed up as/for?

I don't have kids, I have sisters. Here's one dancing:
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And the other on the right hamming it up for Halloween:
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And the other on the right hamming it up for Halloween:
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Is it wrong that this turned me on?
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oooooo I love your sisters dancing outfit! Thanks for sharing! (rest of you,photos chop chop!)

The bronze statue is one of many in front of our Town Hall. They have about 5 bronze kid statues playing, making music, having fun, and one little bronze dog playing with them. Our town is huge on art and supporting local artists, so you find some pretty cool things randomly throughout the town. They just added these weird sculptures of young adults with glass heads sitting on the lawn of our community theater that light up purple at night. Kind of freaky to go by when its dark and see floating purple heads by the stoplight Smiley: lol

As for media stuff, I started doing the virtual scrapbooks when Ashe was born and we moved down to NC. It was easier than sending bulk packages of copied photos to the grandparents, plus I have a lot of fun making vids.
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And the other on the right hamming it up for Halloween:
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Is it wrong that this turned me on?

No.
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I just went through my phone and there is some pretty awww-inspiring stuff.

Maybe I'll get around to putting something together. I've been meaning to for three years.
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Deb, do you have Windows Movie maker? It's how I make mine. Over the past few years it's become so easy with nifty shortcuts. When I first started, it used to take me days to make one video. This one took me less than an hour
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Yup, I've been tinkering with WMM on parkour videos; I'm sure a slideshow is easy enough. Right now, though the problem is getting my phone back from Thom - he's playing Angry Birds Seasons.
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Here we go. (Half of) A year in the life of my munchkin.

Most of it is from my Android phone, which I've only had since September.
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OMG he is SOOO big now!!!! And cuuute! Ok I have to admit I laughed my butt off at the shopping cart. I wont let my boys watch though.It might give them ideas, ha!
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oooooo I love your sisters dancing outfit! Thanks for sharing! (rest of you,photos chop chop!)

The bronze statue is one of many in front of our Town Hall. They have about 5 bronze kid statues playing, making music, having fun, and one little bronze dog playing with them. Our town is huge on art and supporting local artists, so you find some pretty cool things randomly throughout the town. They just added these weird sculptures of young adults with glass heads sitting on the lawn of our community theater that light up purple at night. Kind of freaky to go by when its dark and see floating purple heads by the stoplight Smiley: lol

As for media stuff, I started doing the virtual scrapbooks when Ashe was born and we moved down to NC. It was easier than sending bulk packages of copied photos to the grandparents, plus I have a lot of fun making vids.


Ok, here is one... all six of them in one place!

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150380575306541
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You'd have to friend me on facebook to get any of our videos as posting anywhere else is beyond my capabilities.
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Here we go. (Half of) A year in the life of my munchkin.

Most of it is from my Android phone, which I've only had since September.
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oooooo I love your sisters dancing outfit! Thanks for sharing! (rest of you,photos chop chop!)

The bronze statue is one of many in front of our Town Hall. They have about 5 bronze kid statues playing, making music, having fun, and one little bronze dog playing with them. Our town is huge on art and supporting local artists, so you find some pretty cool things randomly throughout the town. They just added these weird sculptures of young adults with glass heads sitting on the lawn of our community theater that light up purple at night. Kind of freaky to go by when its dark and see floating purple heads by the stoplight Smiley: lol

As for media stuff, I started doing the virtual scrapbooks when Ashe was born and we moved down to NC. It was easier than sending bulk packages of copied photos to the grandparents, plus I have a lot of fun making vids.


Ok, here is one... all six of them in one place!

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150380575306541
I can't see it. Smiley: frown
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Here we go. (Half of) A year in the life of my munchkin.

Most of it is from my Android phone, which I've only had since September.
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It had a coppery sheen when he was born, but that quickly went away.
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D'aww.

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Ok, here is one... all six of them in one place!

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150380575306541
I can't see it. Smiley: frown


oopsie!

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Ok, I gotta show this video I made last night, it's too cute.
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Jonwin and I had plans to take both of my grand kids to the B&O Museum, but plans were changed since my grand son couldn't bend his knee without pain. We think it's growing pains, something I suffered from as a child too.

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There's no such thing as growing pains. Get that kid to a doctor.

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There's no such thing as growing pains. Get that kid to a doctor.


This.
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There's no such thing as growing pains. Get that kid to a doctor.


This.

Really? Because when I was a kid I totally remember having growing pains in my legs.
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This.

Really? Because when I was a kid I totally remember having growing pains in my legs.


Same and my kids have them too.
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Re: growing pains
http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/growing-pains/DS00888

A bunch of other contradictory sources out there too. Most blame kid knee pains on overuse or in some cases childhood rickets or low bone density. Others seem to think its normal and just ignore them, they will go away. The fact that they are in the knees is probably worth investigating in its own right though.
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It could be all kinds of things. The point is that pain in a 12 year old that restricts walking or movement should be checked out. That's not normal.

Kao's link mentions nighttime leg movement. That's not what I got from Elne's description at all.

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yeah bending th knee with major pain isnt what I remember. Id get that checked out. but as per growing pains in general, I remember a lot of pain in my legs (not joints) during parts of my childhood. They hurt like a mofo and were centered around my calves or thighs. It would be like that for a few days to a week then go away on its own
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Even plain old leg cramps can indicate a dietary insufficiency (like calcium), or dehydration. Probably other stuff, dunno.

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DSD wrote:
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This.

Really? Because when I was a kid I totally remember having watching growing pains in my legs with my family.


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Vacation at Pismo Beach this past summer.....

There are other vids in the youtube channel as well. more Pismo, swim lessons, cheeer comps for the teenager.

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You and your elven children. So cute!

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