Monday, September 24, 2007

The Big E!

Scarlett's first trip out of state - The Big E! After a very long debate on what the big E of "The Big E" stood for (I lost. East made complete sense to me at the time. It's very much Expo.) we made our way through the (very expensive) gates. Scarlett is using a big girl stroller now. She faces forward instead of a lying-on-her-back tilted-to-the-heavens angle. She is far more accustomed to it than I am. I have to run a few steps ahead of Joe and the stroller so I can check on her. This happens about every five minutes. I remember there being a lot more to do at The Big E when I was younger. The 3 of us just walked around this time. A lot. We did, however, bump into an elephant, some cows from CT, and a mini horse. Oh...and a kangaroo which Scarlett liked so much she started uncontrollably drooling. I left that photo out of the bunch.

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

A four month old Scarlett

Four months already. It is crazy how fast it flew by. I thought eventually the thrill of Scarlett would let up a little bit, but it increases daily. I love this baby!

Sunday, September 16, 2007

The first cereal experience...

Yeah...Scarlett is not quite ready for solids.

Friday, September 14, 2007


Scarlett's first game of peek-a-boo - she lost interest pretty quickly, but hey, can you blame her.

An oyster-licious family outing

Here it first blog. Scarlett has outgrown her "babysite" (particularly because I put up so many pictures that I used up all my site's space. Then they wanted the money cash). So she's a big girl now - and blog ready, in my opinion.

The fam went to the Oyster Festival last weekend. It didn't occur to Joe and I how much Scarlett would love the lights! She was so wide eyed that I thought she would never sleep. We had so many people come up to us to tell us how cute she was. (Joe won't admit it - but he loves this more than life itself) One lady actually went to get her friends so they could see the "cute baby." Then she went to get another beer - but I still think she was being sincere. We also got to see Aunt Stephanie and Uncle Craig - and who wouldn't love that?