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Sunday Hike: Harrybrooke Park

May 3, 2009 - Posted by Bobby - No Comments »

Railroad Tracks at Harrybrooke Park

This is an awesome park and I have no idea how we found it JUST now…

So no, the park isn’t railroad tracks, but they run just to the side of it and I couldn’t resist playing on them just a little bit.

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Welcome Noah Edward Love!!!!!

February 25, 2009 - Posted by Bobby - No Comments »

After a couple days of days of labor and 12 hours of active natural labor we took our amazing son, Noah Edward Love, by Cesarean Section.

He was born at 8:56am and weighed a massive 8lbs 9oz and was 21 inches long.

I am beat and dont have much energy to post, but here some shots:


Welcome to the world my little man, we look forward to sharing our life with you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Baby Love Mailing List – Sign Up Now!

February 17, 2009 - Posted by Bobby - No Comments »

I’ve launched a mailing list for those of you who want to be the first to know the happenings of the labor, birth, and gender of baby love! I will be updating this from my BlackBerry in the hospital (I checked, I get reception – haha). So just enter your email and you’ll be all set!

Sign up below!!!

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Prepared Childbirth: Bobby’s Journal #1

January 9, 2009 - Posted by Bobby - No Comments »

I’m going to write a series of journal entries regarding my experiences with all of these classes that Wendi has me taking. From newborn care and prepared birthing to lactation, some of the things I have learned are so etched in my mind I feel the only way I can ever sleep again at night is by writing them down and sharing some of the humour I was able to find throughout.

Journal #1
Infant Care Class

“How hard can be honey, You pop the critter out and we do what comes naturally?” Those were the famous last words of the mortal idiot that is me.

The class was at the hospital, just outside the doors of the maternity ward in a cold dingy conference room that smelt of gauze and sterility. There were about 6 couples in the room and one jolly nurse leading the bunch. Maternity nurses are eternally jolly aren’t they? Maybe something about seeing new life all day makes you have hope or not think about your own eventual demise…who knows, back to the story. We were late, I know, surprise! We seem to be late often now that my wife has to pee twice everytime we need to leave the house.

We walked in at the perfect time, BATH TIME!

Who the hell knew that there was so much involved in bathing a newborn? If you did, thanks for not telling me, I may have reconsidered the whole deal. So the jolly nurse lady is pretend bathing the plastic newborn doll when all of the sudden she mentions the umbilical cord. What?

I said, “Wait, I thought we already cut that thing off???”
Jolly nurse lady replies, “oh, you have so much to learn!” and has a chuckle at my expense.

So from her explanation, my child will have this tree limb looking extension coming out of the mid-belly for a week…um, bucket please, I need to hurl. What’s even better is that you have to clean the thing with particular precision and alcohol swabs around the base where it meets the belly skin. Once again, puke is at the base of my tongue knocking on the doors of my lips to open up.

As she describes bathing the newborn my mind suddenly snaps back to reality and the fact that my wife can’t even see blood without gagging so I have no clue how she is going to handle this. I slowly turn my head to gauge her facial expression. Too late, her eyes are LOCKED on mine and she leans in to whisper in my ear, “You are in charge of bath time, Daddy”. Shit! Are you serious? I’ve been with Wendi long enough to know when she’s serious and when she’s just temporarily insane (happens often), and she was serious with this one. I ask no questions, I just accept it and I start taking notes cause this just got officially added to my job title – “Bath Time Director”

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It’s 1:38a.m.

June 29, 2008 - Posted by Bobby - No Comments »

It’s 1:38a.m. and I can’t sleep. Wendi is at a bachelorette party in Boston and I met up at coworker’s place tonight for dinner and drinks. On the way home I was restless and decided to take a walk down at the green in town. I snapped a couple shots:

The infamous tank on the New Milford green. I had to hold the shutter open for 15 seconds on this one, it was pitch black out.

Wendi’s car under the street lights.

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