Saturday, December 11, 2004

A photo album into the future.

These are some pictures I fudged of me and my alien-like baby enjoying some typical father/son activities. They're suposed to be funny, not creepy.

My son/daughter-to-be and I on a fishing trip.

Here I am with my boy/girl at the big game!

Tuesday, December 07, 2004

a rainy afternoon

Most of our professors are doing some kind of review session before finals. Some of them are copies of the Jeopardy! game show, but we raise our hands to try to answer the question, (I mean phrase our responses in the form of a question). It's actually kind of a fun time. Our class is sort of competitive. I'm buckling down now to study for finals.

Thursday, December 02, 2004

between classes

Finals are looming. Classes are winding down, and we're filling out evaluations of all our instructors. I'm trying to turn my brain back on since I let it have Thanksgiving break off. So far, I've tried to wake up the ol' cognative ability by watching too much television and playing video games. Stay tuned to this page for some funny pics coming.

Tuesday, November 30, 2004

The baby head is on the left you can see that this baby also comes with a neck and a straight back. That little nub coming from the torso is a hand. (the baby has arms too) Posted by Hello

you can see a face with eye sockets and hands (use your imagination) Posted by Hello
Last Tuesday Susan and I went to the hospital for an ultrasound. Turns out we'd brought a baby with us. The lady who ran the machine was very nice and Susan was very good at holding still. The baby was wiggling all over the place (well not ALL over the place of course) and we were able to see that it has two arms and two legs with hands and feet attached in all the right places and none of the wrong ones. It has a heart beat (158 pbm! that's fast!) and no twin sibling. The tech running the ultrasound and I think it's a boy. Susan does too, but technically it's a bit too early to tell. I've never understood why people got excited about fuzzy photos from ultrasounds but watching it in person is really cool! The pictures are below (it might help if you squint.)