Friday, August 8, 2014

Six Months Later...

Six Months Later...

I really didn't expect to take such a long hiatus (or any hiatus for that matter).  I expected to at least do an update once a month and not wait half a year.  Part of it was just laziness, the other part was raising a toddler.  Yes, toddler!  Temper-tantrums, mischief, ouchies and boo-boos, blink and you'll miss it moments, etc.

I sort of knew after the baby came, the blog would slow down.  But it seems that the entirety of Blogland has come to a screeching halt, most likely due to laws changing regarding surrogacy and those of us who have been successful certainly have our hands full.

I think the other big cause of the slow-down has to do with what to say.  We began our blog to share our journey to becoming parents.  We really didn't think beyond that.  I'll try to be a better blogger and get back to monthly updates.

So what's been happening the past six months?  Running about the house, self-feeding,  screaming in public, getting into trouble, two emergency room visits (one for Saffy--nail clipping gone wrong, and one for me--kidney stone), family visits, and traveling.

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Saffron's 18 Months!

Right now we're dealing with the little miss pushing chairs up to the kitchen counter and getting into things she shouldn't.  She also climbs up and into everything: stairs, toilets, furniture, you name it.

I'll finish by leaving some pictures and hoping for good things to come in the next few months.











Until next month...

2 comments:

  1. I keep thinking I have to write a blog about how all the blogger friends I made during my surrogacy have stopped posting and yet I never have the time to do it. We're all overwhelmed with toddlers these days! The guys who have triplets have posted once in about two years. I can't even imagine...

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  2. Wow guys, Safron is so adorable. Time definitely flies. Haven't been on the blog land for a while, but it's nice to get a sweet update like this. Enjoy the rest of summer.

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