Sunday, November 1, 2009

More Halloween....

Eric borrowed a great pirate costume from our next door neighbor, and I pulled together some random items in a half-a**ed gypsy look. We drove out to Ellicott City to where our friends Jess, Todd, and Bill live. They totally did it up! I'm envious of the motivation that went into decorating and cooking. Hannah wasn't as impressed...or she was cranky. It was her second night of partying which she wasn't thrilled with. We were the first to arrive and the first to leave, just like the night before, but it was still exhausting for her. On the upside, she slept 6 1/2 hours straight that night from 10:30 to 5:00.
The other pics are from earlier that day. Eric got snap happy with the camera watching Hannah and I make googly eyes at each other. Then there's the pic of her with her face buried in his arm...I came home from the Farmer's Market on Saturday morning to find them like that. He said she woke up from her nap and refused to do anything except go back to sleep in the crook of his arm. Once asleep, he tried to put her back in her crib, but she woke up and insisted on burying her face in daddy's arms.
Enough for today. My child-birth induced hemorrhoids came back with a vengeance today so I'm miserable. I would rather give birth every day of my life than deal with hemorrhoids...I've never been so uncomfortable.


  1. I've already given my 2 cents - for what it's worth.

  2. That reminds me. I have to tell you about another child-induced embarrassing issue i will not air here. I'll have to e-mail you at some point...

    oh, and more crying... which i'll get to in that same e-mail i suppose.

    You guys are adorable btw.

  3. I used your 2 cents at the grocery store yesterday mom!!!

    I can't think of anything more embarrassing than hemmorhoids, but I lool forward to hearing about it :)

  4. A message to you from Brian about the hemmorhoids...
    The rubber band procedure works well.

  5. Eric told me about the rubber bands and I would be game for anything that would remove these things forever! I don't have a dr. here anymore though...gotta find one...and I've been told that surgery (which I'm assuming the rubber bands are considered???) isn't done unless it is a very severe and persistent problem. I'm pretty sure mine are severe (though I've never had them before so I have nothing to compare to), but I don't think they count as persistent....yet.


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