Thursday, March 16, 2006

Thanks to Kate !

Day 3 of "blogging" and I am really getting a feel for being able to preserve our memories online. I owe a special thanks to Auntie Kate for introducing our family to the world of blogging. It's nice to be able to connect with my brother and sister-in-law and see what my sweet nephew is up to while being 2 hours away. Also, it was Kate who took time out of her day to sit on the phone with me and help me to create my own site. At one point, I had tried to establish a blog on my own and then was unable to access it for some reason. Kate, on the other hand, sailed right through the setup and guided me through the in's and out's of posting. Next, we'll be asking for a tutorial of how to post pictures. Stay tuned and thanks again, Kate !

Recording events in Elaina's day is nothing new for this proud mama. Since the day she was born, I had a special calendar which I was diligent to write down her daily events. You wouldn't believe the tiny handwriting on most days - she's a busy girl. While the calendar will be a valuable keepsake, it's not especially practical to share with her doting grandparents and great-grandparents. At this point, I think the calendar will be taking a backseat, used only for recalling milestones and pulling fun memories to be able to share online.

Because today wasn't especially fascinating or action- packed , Elaina's written calendar would probably read : Good girl, ate 2 jars of baby food at dinner, played with mommy, tried to run over Keegan in her walker.

Looks like this day's blog will be reading the same.

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