Here’s a glimpse at what we’ve, and by we I really mean Isabella and Dean, been up to for the last two months…

5 Responses to “We’re Back…”
  1. Bri says:

    Dude, Dean TOTALLY looks like you!!! Way less of Brian in him than in Izzy. Just sayin..

  2. Melissa says:

    Agreed…that picture of himin the costume is 100% you! Very cute!

    I like the picture of Isabella with the marker on her face. She got to color with real markers first and then got switched to color wonder after the marker-on-face incident!

  3. Jennifer says:

    Melissa and Bri, you girls make a total of three people who think Dean looks like me. Brian’s aunt thinks he looks like my mom, but most people see Brian in him. Brian thinks Dean looks just like his Grandpa Ted.

    The picture that looks like Isabella has marker on her face is actually her day old face paint! (bad blog editing on my part) She was so enamored with the face paitning that I was not allowed to wash her face until it was nearly gone!

  4. Cherylle says:

    Glad you’re back. I missed seeing pictures of things like “a precious sleeping baby boy” and a “cute little cupcake”. My…how they are growing. Hope you all have a Merry Christmas! Love you!

  5. Buggzy says:

    Jennifer: I’m sure you are not aware that your iPhone has location services. All of the iPhone pictures you posted on your blog have GPS coordinates (Latitude & Longitude) that essentially pinpoint where the pictures were taken (via google maps). You may want to consider turning off this feature on your iPhone so this information is not available to people on the internet. Below is directions on how to turn that feature off. It’s always to a good idea to protect your privacy on the internet.

    Apple greatly simplified the way to turn off location services on a per-application basis. To see your settings, go to Settings, General, then Location Services. From there you can set which applications can access your GPS coordinates or disable it entirely.

    Thanks, From a good intentioned parent ;)

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