I truly think that there is more beauty in imperfection than perfection, for it is the imperfect things that truly make us beautiful. --me
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Aug 12, 2008

An apology

I want to apologize for missing the last two days. I had every intention of posting at the very least some pictures of butterflies that I have taken recently. Somehow the days have gotten past me. Part of this is due to my watching the Olympics. I enjoy watching the gymnastics, swimming and diving. I occasionally watch some of the other activities but these are my favorites. Also today we had a wellness check up for my youngest. He is now nine months old and weighs just under 22 pounds and measures in at 29.5 inches long. He is staying consistent between the 50-75 percentiles. Compared to my oldest, my yougest is a giant. My oldest (by one year and eleven days) was only in the 5-10 percentiles and still is in this range. I figure they will be the same size when the youngest reaches 18 months and by the time my youngest is 2 he will have passed his older brother in size. This is speculation based on what my dad and my uncle did as young children. Anyhow I said all this because I don't know why. Although if you would like to learn more about my life and my boys check out my other blog - Life with the Woods. I will have the butterfly pictures posted as soon as I can get blogger to cooperate and let me upload my pics. Thanks for the patience and for stopping by.


Marvin said...

No need to apologize, Christy. Blogging should be a form of entertainment not an obligation, IMO. Family should always trump blogging.

I am looking forward to your butterfly photos, though. :-)

Louise said...

Never fear! I DID miss you, but figured life got in the way. It does that sometimes.

Your boys are the opposite of my girls. I wonder how they'll take it when the "little" one is bigger than the "big" one.

For me it was hard because #1 was a healthy giant. #2 was an unhealthy run. After having the super-healthy one, I spend a whole year worrying about the other one. She's turning out OK, but having two vastly different children, as you do, gives cause for a lot of second-guessing, I think. (I'm over it now. Too busy and tired to worry about it.)

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