Skip to main content

Babies galore!

Today hubby and I spent some time with my niece's little ones. It was such fun....but....but.....wasn't it just yesterday that people were coming to my home to see my babies? I tell ya, don't blink people. Time passes too quickly.

Here's a slideshow of the beautiful babies. Jared, Taylor and baby Isaac. I'll also put a few still pictures after the slide show for those of you who can't see the video.

Baby Isaac


Me holding Isaac. (see? I'm not as blond as you all seem to believe I am)


Lance holding Taylor



  1. I may be in a minority here, but if the opportunity ever transpires to play with your niece's big ones, then please let me know.
    Thanking you in anticipation.

  2. Vicus darling, you are as incorrigble as ever. It's nice to see that some things never change.

    Has Tommy told you that we've been cavorting in SL together? He's quite the man there. You ought to come visit sometime.

  3. Adorable, Pam...great pix of beeootiful little ones (and some not so little!)

  4. I am not surprised nor impressed by second life. Even if I thought it worthwhile, I don't really have the time. I have to put up with him in this life. Things would be so much different for me if I didn't.

    The word verification is "oyoye". This is probably how Tom addresses you. He has no class.

  5. WW, thank you! Those babies are truly gorgeous. How did ours get so big???

    Vicus dear, Tommy has made mention of the good times he's had with you--although you may have been chemically impaired at the time and do not recall them. He's a good lot to put up with you in the real world AND the virtual. We could all take lessons :)


Post a Comment

Go ahead....tell me the truth :)

Popular posts from this blog

A Poem to an Abusive Man

I've been doing a bit of research on abuse, domestic violence and how it usually ends. It's not pretty and it's painful and I hurt every time I read another woman's tale of horror.

Did you know that emotional abuse is as detrimental as physical abuse? And that most emotional abusers continue on to become physical abusers? I didn't. I do now. I found a site where formerly abused women, on the path to recovery from their abusers, have written poems. This one below is one that haunted me.

Thank You

You wooed me with poetry
I bit on the hook
Had I only first read
The name of the book

I would have avoided
The very first page
For pages kept turning
Revealing the rage

The ups were a great high
The ride was a bash
But I rode with my eyes closed
To avoid seeing the crash
I knew it would come soon
But I never knew when
The rage and the leaving
And the path to the end

You had to control things
Determined you would
Emotionally destroying me
Every way that you could

I'll Love You Forever, I'll Like You For Always...

I rely on the kindness of strangers...

Or not so much strangers as readers of my miserable blog.

I received a beautiful card in the mail from my long-tine reader (perhaps my ONLY reader) that lifted my heart. Thank you, G. Parkes. It was kind of you to think of me. Seriously---you are so sweet. Thank you.

Perhaps we can meet in person one day. I'll be in Utah after Conference. We'll see how it goes.

I've been caring for my autistic grandson since July. It seems longer sometimes---and that's not a complaint. I adore this little man. He holds my heart. He fills my arms and my heart in the way that my own small babies used to do. When mine reached the age where they didn't want to be in my arms any longer, I felt their absence. Their absence from my arms was heavier than actually having them in my arms. It was an ache that is difficult to describe, a phantom pain where something once was but now is no longer.

Before my husband and I went to the cabin th…

I'm Sick. And the election isn't helping.

I spoke too soon about feeling better. My grandson was delightful enough to share his virus with me, so I've spent the past five days losing everything from both ends. It hasn't been pretty.

As a weight loss program though...

At least one end of me has stopped spewing. Now I wait for the other end to stop pretending to be filled with hot lava and erupting without much notice. Sorry, this is what is called over-sharing. Apparently I'm very good at it. You're welcome.

Last night I walked around the block with hubby and our adorable puppy. It was the first time I've been out of the house in five days. It was lovely, even though I was very shaky. Today I actually tried to accomplish something. I sat at my jewelry table, moved my seaglass around. Picked up pieces and played them through my hands. Such beautfy that came from something considered useless garbage and tossed away. I love my sea glass. It gives me the happies.

I also had a severe case of J…