Wednesday, January 21, 2009

A Major Milestone!

Check out this video to see our latest major milestone for Teddy!

Friday, January 16, 2009

New Teddy Videos!

Here are a few new videos of the baby. He's growing fast, and becoming very active.

After all that playing, he's sacked out.

More to come!

Sunday, December 28, 2008

Merry Christmas from the boy!

Here's the boy's holiday wishes:

And here's the whole family in a self-portrait on facebook style holiday video:

Here's a little behind the scenes look as our star gets ready to make his holiday video for the family in California:

The boy has a weird thing for the Lions, probably because he sleeps in a jungle room, he bet on them before and I only had to give him a three point spread... It was, you guessed it, like taking candy from a baby.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Day 2 Pics

More pictures are up at

I do want to call out one in particular - Baby's first completely inappropriate gift from Daddy!

Which also happens to be baby's first gift from Daddy. Because every child needs a tricerotops you can ride on. Fun fact - Gretchen had specifically pointed this out as something we didn't need in an earlier shopping run but I didn't put two and two together. And now the boy likes it, so we're keeping it...

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Pirate Bear!

I like monkeys. No, this isn't the start of a chain letter from the early days of the internet, its the reason that we ultimatly went with a moneky theme for Teddy's room. However, this wasn't my first idea - I was going to go with my first love:


However, its hard to find good stuff that isn't too cartoon cutesy or too scary for a baby in a pirate theme. I can't imagine why bloodthirsty buccaneers and their crimes upon the high seas aren't a more popular nursery theme.

Upon hearing that the theme was pirates, and the child's name was Teddy, my sister immediately made a pirate teddy bear to go with our pirate teddy bear:

Which I think is awesome, even if I couldn't make the theme work.

Everyone needs a one-eyed protector. Mine is named John David
Barret Campbell and he talked me out of giving my son four names, which I think Teddy with thank him for.


We received some lovely flowers and well wishes, first a huge assortment from the Lancaster family - Jane, Anne, Gene, Eugene, Bernadette, Victoria and all the girls:

And a bootie of roses from Uncle Had and Aunt Pat and their family