Mar 2012

The Ugly Eno

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Mary and I had planned to kayak a section of the Eno River with class II rapids today, but the river was too low. According to info we had read, the only section of the river that could be run below two and a half feet was a class I-I+. The river was running at about twenty inches. We packed up our kayaks and kayaking gear and headed to the takeout. Read More...

Spring has Sprung

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Flowers are blooming, the weeds are out of control, mosquitoes are biting, ticks have found the dogs and thunder is rocking the house. Read More...

What a Difference a Year Makes

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This time a year ago we were in Boise, Idaho skiing and snowboarding several days a week. Today we are in shorts and tee shirts and will spend at least part of the day sitting by the pool. Read More...

Bike n' Buggy Boogie

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Mary created a new extreme sport for geriatric infant caregivers. In order to do the Bike n’ Buggy Boogie you need, two or more geriatric caregivers, one or more infants, a stroller and one less bicycle than the total number of geriatric players. You will also need a safe loop walking/biking trail a few miles in length. Read More...

To Poop or Not to Poop

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When transitioning to solid foods, many babies experience some constipation. Keenan is transitioning to solid foods and experienced some constipation on Thursday so we fed her prunes. She did not poop at all on Friday so we fed her prunes and added prune juice to her bottle. Read More...

One Month

On Sunday we will have been in Creedmoor for a month. In that time Keenan has learned to sit up, scoot around on the floor and eat solid food. She has swimming lessons every Saturday and she gets to go on adventures severals days each week. Read More...