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I am not doing very well with this blogging every day thing.  I meant to do more than just post pictures, but, hey, you get what you get.  I’ve been too busy playing with my awesome new Droid to think of anything creative.  So, to keep my post-every-day promise, here is the wallpaper of my new phone:



I had this crazy idea that I had to finish writing up Liam’s birth story before I could post again, cause, you know, I like things all in order.  Well, he’s two months old now, and I haven’t finished the birth story, as I am far too busy snuggling him silly to write it out.  As a compromise to myself, I’m posting the birth story as a “page” when it’s done, and will commence blogging ASAP.

After all, I know the entire world is waiting with bated breath to see what my kid’s up to.  🙂

To keep you until the next real post, here’s some cuteness:

Two months old, and already awesome taste in music.  That's my boy!

Two months old, and already awesome taste in music. That's my boy!


Liam Douglas Sekhon

July 20, 2009 at 5:05 a.m.

6 pounds, 11 ounces; 19 3/4 inches long

We Are In Love



The Wordle “read” the blog and this is a visual representation of the words that I’ve used:

Little Sawatdee

Your pregnancy: 9 weeks

How your baby’s growing:

Your new resident is nearly an inch long — about the size of a grape — and weighs just a fraction of an ounce. She’s starting to look more and more human. Her essential body parts are accounted for, though they’ll go through plenty of fine-tuning in the coming months. Other changes abound: Your baby’s heart finishes dividing into four chambers, and the valves start to form — as do her tiny teeth. The embryonic “tail” is completely gone. Your baby’s organs, muscles, and nerves are kicking into gear. The external sex organs are there but won’t be distinguishable as male or female for another few weeks. Her eyes are fully formed, but her eyelids are fused shut and won’t open until 27 weeks. She has tiny earlobes, and her mouth, nose, and nostrils are more distinct. The placenta is developed enough now to take over most of the critical job of producing hormones. Now that your baby’s basic physiology is in place, she’s poised for rapid weight gain.

See what’s going on in your uterus this week.


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