Saturday, May 30, 2009

Jack at 2 Months Old

Here is a video of Jack trying to get control of his head and looking around a bit. He gives a few smiles also.

Thursday, May 28, 2009

Caroline Rose Venn

8lbs. 11oz.
22 inches
May 27, 2009
11:42 a.m.
We can't wait to meet you little lady!

Wednesday, May 27, 2009

2 Months Old

Adorable, right?

The elusive smile

Well Jack has been smiling since he was a week old, but capturing the darn thing was next to impossible. We have a few on film and decided to share. You will notice his big brother in the pics, and guess what, he is potty trained!!

And I had to include the one of the boys cuddling. Notice Napolean's ears down by Clint's legs and Wilson is on the top of the couch.

It Is A Girl!!!

Caroline Venn was born today weighing in at a whopping 8 pounds and 11 ounces. We are told she has platinum blonde hair and the hospital staff keeps taking tours by the room to look at the beautiful baby. We can't wait to meet her!!! Congrats Venns, nice baby making.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Delaney Dash Race, Old Saybrook, CT

This past weekend was the Delaney Dash here in Old Saybrook and the whole family got involved. Jack and I ran in the 5 miler and came in as the 3rd stroller in just under 46 minutes.
Then Everett ran his race. Here he is at the start of the grueling 0.3 mile journey...
...And here he is finishing the race. He would have finished a lot sooner but there were police cars with their lights on stopping traffic. This proved to be much more interesting than the actual race.

Here we are after our races.

Millers Visit

A few weekends ago the Millers came up from Maryland to visit. We had a good weekend and as always it was too short. Here are a few pictures from the weekend.

Here is the whole family.

Hammonasset Beach

Mom with Jack.

Dad and Everett playing.

Danielle holding Jack.

Thursday, May 07, 2009

Bronx Zoo

Yesterday we took Everett and Jack down to New York to see the Bronx Zoo. We had a pretty good day for it, partly cloudy and about 60 degrees. Here is Amy and Everett at the seal tank when we first got there.

After that we went to a snack are to have a little food, there was a peacock roaming around in between the tables. Here you can see Everett checking him out.
After we got a little food in us we headed off to see the Tigers. Everett like looking at the Tigers and telling us about how they roar.
On the way to see the lions we came across a wide open space where there were some more peacocks running around. They seemed to be all over the zoo but here they were on full display.
We finally got to the lions where there was a mom and dad and a baby lion. The baby is hard to see because it is hiding behind the rock on the left.

Here he is peaking his head up.

After the lions we decided to take the monorail ride through the Asia exhibit. Here we are all stuffed into our seat.
We saw a lot of dear while we were there.
And another Tiger.

And a couple of 39 year old lady elephants.

After the monorail ride we headed over to see the baby giraffe. Not this one.
That little one laying down on the left.
As you can see, both of the boys had a great time and saw all kinds of animals. Everett's favorite thing however.

Was the School Buses.