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Topic: FamilyThe new items published under this topic are as follows.
Since itís been awhile since I have updated the site, I will try to catch you up on what has been going on.
Alexa has been very busy with school and extra curricular activities. We are still going to Gymboree, and music classes on Saturdays with Angelina and Matias. School is going very well for Alexa. It has been full of fun activities for her to participate in. The firefighters have visited as well as the police and a dentist. She has dressed up for rodeo day (a cowgirl), storybook day (Snow White) and career day (a Gator doctor).
Paul Andrew is growing daily. At his latest doctors appointment he was weighing 19lbs 5oz and measuring 30 in long. He is now eating pureed meats but is dying to eat regular food, and with his 8 teeth he should be able to do that soon. He is crawling at super speed, babbling, and standing up using any piece of furniture he can find.
For Halloween, Angelina had her annual Halloween Party, although this year though it was at a warehouse full of bounce houses. Alexa dressed up as a flamenco dancer and Paul Andrew was Larry Csonka from the Miami Dolphins. Alexa had a great time jumping in all the bounce houses and Paul Andrew loved watching his sister.
Published Nov 23, 2008 - 10:37 PM
Alexaís first day of school was delayed 2 days because of Tropical Storm Fay, so she started Gateway on Wednesday, August 20. I have had the pleasure of taking her to school every morning because Gloria has to be at work before me. For the first week, she cried every morning, but by the next week, she adjusted and now gives hugs and waves bye-bye.
As mentioned above, Gloria is back to work at Winston Park. I am sure she is thrilled to be back to work.
I have started the Masterís Engineering Management and MBA program at UF. The program is oriented towards working professionals, so they have some mercy on the school work. However, itís been awhile since I have had homework, and I never had to get up at 5:30 AM to do it!
Paul Andrew, not to be left out, has started Gymboree. At 7 months, heís growing, giggling, eating, and watching his sister. He just started crawling, and is wasting no time learning how to get up on two legs (looks like another toe walker). He recently popped out two front teeth, and I think he is starting on the next ones. Baby food has been fun, and I know by the look on his face, he wants what we are eating.
Published Sep 19, 2008 - 09:39 PM