Project 365 2010: Week 2

by Wendy Copley on January 30, 2010


January 8, 2010: Dropping Wyatt off at Kindergarten. Normally we walk over with Augie in the stroller, but this day the sky was dark with looming rain clouds and I didn’t want to be caught outside when the heavens opened up.


January 9, 2010: We had dinner at our friends Tjames and Robyn’s house. Of course, I didn’t manage to get any pictures of anyone besides our family, which always seems to be the case. We were joined by another family (Evan and Maj and their kids) and we had a lovely time catching up, eating a yummy pot roast dinner and playing Rock Band.


January 10, 2010: Augie was cheerful after his nap today and didn’t want to get out of his crib. Instead we played peek-a-boo for awhile and he periodically chewed on Blue Monkey.


January 11, 2010: Yuck! Sorry — I probably should have warned you that I was going to show you my foot. I was in a hurry to get out the door to Weight Watchers on Sunday and I kicked the fireplace grate really, really hard as I was walking by it. I thought I broke my toe at first, but it was just badly bruised. Like that last little bit of blue nail polish on my big toe there? That’s from August!


January 12, 2010: Zach was working late every night this week on a big deadline and Wyatt ended up putting himself to sleep on the couch while I was getting Augie down. Poor little buddy.


January 13, 2010: Augie had his one year check-up at the doctor, which is kind of funny since he’s over 16 months old. Just so you know, Kaiser’s automated appointment scheduling program doesn’t work very well. He is in great health, perfect in every way. 26 pounds,  32.5 inches tall.


January 14, 2010: Our washing machine broke this week, so the laundry started piling up in the two days we had to wait for the repairman to come out to take a look at it. It wasn’t draining properly and I tried to fix it myself, but I ended up flooding our back hallway. On the plus side, the floor back there hasn’t been as clean in a long while!

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