Friday, November 21, 2008


Newborns keep it simple: sleep or feed (poo as often as possible). There is only about 1 hour a day where she is awake and not feeding. This time is reserved for staring in our general direction or the space directly behind us. We take advantage of this time to stare back and converse with the "high-pitched shmoopy whoopy" voice. They should have newborns available over the counter at the pharmacy as a treatment for depression...

We received a package from Lynn and Paul containing this amazing handmade quilt.

Check-up on thursday: Estelle is doing very well and already putting on weight.
We had forgotten how hard it is to buckle them in. The arms and legs tend to retract creating an acorn-squash-like mass onto which straps must be adjusted

There's still some room here for the filling out.


Anonymous said...

I found some new photos, she is beautiful.Gran and Grandad xxx

Anonymous said...

Estelle is truly beautiful. Je l'aime déjà bien gros. J'ai bien hâte de vous voir les deux fifilles. Amour, Mémé

Anonymous said...

Wow, what a beautiful quilt! Alice is getting so big! Miss you all...

Stéphanie said...

Félicitations pour ce nouveau petit trésor. Elle est magnifique, et Alice semble bien grande à ses côtés.

Bonheur à la petite famille, savourez bien ces précieux moments.

Stéphanie, Daniel, Christophe et Victor