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Monthly Archives: January 2011
The new love of my life was born via c-section on Friday, January 21, 2011, at 12:25 p.m. to Nikki and Jarrod Schwartz in Columbia, Missouri. He was 7 lbs. and 8 ounces, and 20.5 inches long. There is nothing … Continue reading
Welcome to the world Parker Christopher Schwartz! After a rough labor and 30 something awful hours, Parker is here. And Nikki is doing really well. Parker is doing really well. And I am so happy for their new little family … Continue reading
Ivy and I really wanted to hit a bunch of museums on our trip to DC and sadly, while we planned to go to 4 on Tuesday, we only made it to 2. The Portrait gallery was amazing and while … Continue reading
Ivy and I wanted to go see the lion cubs while we were in DC. We missed the lion cubs, but we got to see the octopus being fed and learn a little about him. We spent the amazingly cold … Continue reading
While in Washington, D.C., we ate a lot of great food. So of course, we all took photos of our food before eating it. Don’t look if you’re hungry!
Some of the details from around Boston. Next, we go to Washington, D.C.
So I’m a little behind in the blogging. It’s been a rough couple of weeks getting moved back to Columbia from Portland, Maine. I had a lot of fun on the trip back getting to see some great people and … Continue reading
While out walking around downtown Portland and Old Port tonight, I saw some windows that were interesting to me. I’ve been wanting to walk around and take photos of the windows for most of the holiday season because Portland’s shops … Continue reading