See, this is what happens when two nerds get married and have little boys.

Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Be afraid


Be very afraid. For a massive picture dump is about to commence:

Will opening presents from Meme and Grandpa Ralph. Please note that my elbow only LOOKS like it's planted in Ethan's face.



Will absolutely adores that purple T-rex. He says "He's my best friend. I love him". Which is stinking cute, albeit a little funny for something that's so obviously carnivorous.

Here's a couple of shots of Ethan, who:
is now three months old,
sleeps through the night,
loves James' beard,
belly laughs if you catch him in the appropriate mood,
is VERY ticklish,
and loves to be held by Will.





Oh, and this one. This is what happens when Grandma makes Raspberry jelly:

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Birthday pictures!

Will requested peperoni pizza for his birthday dinner, which he thoroughly enjoyed:





And I don't think I've ever seen him quite so excited as when he was opening presents today:







And an excellent homemade devil's food cake (with butter cream frosting):

Friday, May 22, 2009

Ethan Emmett will be born shortly... ish

Denise started feeling contractions before the sun was up.... 4am? Went to the hospital at 10/11am. They were 95% sure she was in active labor. Broke water at 3pm, pitocin at 7pm-ish, still working.

Will twitter updates: follow stevenson_nerd on Twitter!

Thursday, May 21, 2009

You asked for it

Mrs. Brooke asked for a pregnant picture of me... are you SURE you want to do that?? 'Cause I didn't think I was that big, but looking at these pictures makes me think that I must be producing my own gravity well.
 

 

 
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Friday, May 15, 2009

Yes, I know I'm a bad blogger!

Sorry folks.

Moving on!

James is doing really well at Amazon.

Denise is ready to explode.

Will could not care less about the alphabet, but he can tell you about the similarities between Suchomimus and Sarcosuchus (using those names, too), explain to you that a shark skeleton is made of cartilage (as are Will's ears and nose, he will tell you) whereas a fish skeleton is bone, and explain, in detail, the plot of any given Curious George.

Little Guy #2 kicks like a mule.

Oh how Will would love this...


Tuesday, January 20, 2009