With Aunt Melanie at Hollys Memorial Day BBQ
THE FIRE DOG 1946 AND 2006
Fire Dogs are natural leaders.
Fire Dogs are popular, charismatic people, always surrounded by a group of admirers. Not only admired for their vibrant personalities, these Dogs also possess a sexual attractiveness that makes them irresistible. These people are adventurous and vivacious, yet, honest and openhearted. However, because they are so active, they are generally not the settle down type.
Saturday, May 27
This is what we look like when Melanie & Em take a much needed break from packing - as you can tell by the hospital gown on me I take the breaks a little more often. Thursday June 01 - the container truck gets filled up & our stuff heads off to Boston.....
Sunday, May 14
Here is emily enjoying her first "real" mothers day ... with a coffee au lait, the Sunday NY Times & lil blasto strapped to her chest. It was one of the hottest days in recent memory & the boy decided he would go on strike with the nursing for the day... but lucky for me picked it up again like a natural once it cooled down in the late afternoon.
Mothers Day --
Thursday, May 11
Wednesday, May 10
Here I am bringing little Riley (still called blasto by his moms) into the house for the first time. He is about 2 days old & not really paying attention but it was a BIG moment for us.
At the doorpost of your home
Tuesday, May 9
Occasionaly we remembered to pull out the camera... some of our first visitors --
Marianna & Jenny (not pictured), Spencer & Mama Kathy (Lily was at camp),
Prochovnick's - especially Shayna who couldn't get enough of the lil guy.
Deb who couldn't stay long enough!!!!! & of course Mel - bringer of the Jamba.
(and Maria my counselor from the Diabetes clinic - she rocks)
Monday, May 8
Thursday, May 4
Who knew that we were only a couple days away from being moms.... Em invited me to come along with her, Chitra, Mel & Holly on the UCSF Grad midnight cruise around the bay. I didn't realize at the time that it was going to be our last dinner out together as a two-some. Blasto did enjoy the music and dancing and I only felt a little sick once during the ride... although we all agreed it could have been about an hour shorter than it was. Side Note: I have always loved the big metal things they use to unload the ships - they look like giant horses to me.