Saturday, June 28, 2008

The alien growing in my tummy!

Ok so I showed you how Tira has grown over the last 15 months. Here's a collage of p2's growth. It's not a very detailed posting because I'm a bad mommy and didn't take weekly (or even monthly) pictures of my growing tummy but here's what I have:

17 weeks:


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20 weeks:


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28 weeks (tummy):


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28 weeks (ultrasound):


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32 weeks:


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Notice how the tummy is pointy and high up. We're thinking p2 is going to be a boy :-O ahhhh I don't know what to do with a boy (except don't leave the diaper off for too long unless you want to get sprayed in the face!). Also the Thai's believe that if you're belly button pops out that you'll have a boy and if it stays in you'll have a girl. Well I'm 95% sure that my belly button stayed in with Tira, but this pregnancy it has totally popped out!!

Saturday, June 21, 2008

How much has my baby changed?

I should have done this when Tira turned one but I’m a slacker mommy so here’s a collage of Tira growing up!!


New Born:

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One Month:


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Two Months:


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Three Months:


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Four Months:


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Five Months:


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Six Months:


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Seven Months:


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Eight Months:


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Nine Months:


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Ten Months:


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Eleven Months:


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One Year:

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Thirteen Months:

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Fourteen Months:

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Fifteen Months:

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Beached Whale Yoga

I mean prenatal yoga. Since the majority (read: all) of my exercise comes from chasing and carrying Tira I figured it was necessary to do a little bit of exercise in preparation for P2. I started a prenatal yoga class. It’s not much of a class more of a one-on-one with the teach which is great! The first week I went there was only one other mommy and her husband. It was pretty obvious that they had been doing yoga for a while. This last time I was the only person there. Here are a few pictures of the whale doing yoga:

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Children’s Discovery Museum

Last Wednesday Tira, G-ma, Papa, Mommy (and P2) all piled into the car and took a trip out to the Children’s Discovery Museum by Chatuchuck Market.

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We had the whole place practically to ourselves. There was one group of school kids but we tried to stay on a different floor then them (after they nearly stampeded Tira :-O). Tira was a little shy at first and didn’t want to let go of Papa, but after a couple of minutes got more comfortable and soon we were chasing her all over the place! Here are some pictures of Tira checking out the displays on other cultures:

Playing the drums:

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Tira the cave woman:

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Tira the Jamaican fruit seller:

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G-ma getting in on the fun:

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Tira and mommy as Eskimos:

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Tira loves to “talk” on mommy’s cell phone she even loves the cordless house phone. However she didn’t seem to make the connection that real phones look different and kept pushing away the rotary dial phone. LOL:
Mommy that’s not a phone!

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Of course being her daddy’s daughter Tira LOVED the car simulators and had tons of fun driving!

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We then went over to the other building and checked out their miniutre grocery store and play house. Tira had fun “shopping”! She picked out different fruits and veggies and put them in her shopping basket. Then we took them over to the house and she washed the veggies and chopped them up getting ready to cook. Just like she sees mommy and G-ma do!

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Papa also had a lot of fun in the play house:

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After that Tira and G-ma had fun playing on with blocks and going on the slide. It was Tira’s first time playing with lego type blocks and of course the genius baby figured it out right away.