Saturday, October 25, 2008

Progreassion of Tummy Time

So it usually starts out all fine and good, but by the end, there are tears. Pretty much like mom's workouts.

Redskins Newest #1 Fan

Kaylynn Dawn, as the Redskins newest #1 fan, was interviewed for Fox's BSN (Baby Sports Network) and asked a few questions. "How are you going to celebrate the next game/win of the Redskins?" "Oh, you know, I'll knock back a few ounces of formula, cheer really loud, wear my gear, and put on my game face."

Interview Continues

"So, Kaylynn, how do you feel about the Cowboys? I hear you have a new cousin that really is on their side."
A picture is worth a thousand words, but she also had this to say about it, "You know, I haven't had a chance to talk one on one with Madilynn, but I'm pretty sure that once we have a good heart to heart, she'll recognize how her parents are just forcing her to be a fan. Do they know anything about free agency. She does get a choice, man, and I'm going to make sure she knows that."

More Interview

"How do you feel when your team doesn't do their very best?"
Self Explanitory.

Get Your Game On

"How do you feel your team will do this season. We've heard it said they've had a rough decade?"

"Is this guy for real? Are we done yet? Get him out of my face."

Monday, October 20, 2008


Ahh, now this is the life. Kick back, relax, enjoy. This is Kaylynn's tummy now that she's advancing to 4 oz at some/many feedings. She can down the formula with the best of em.

Scary Halloween Stomachs

So, uh, genetics or environment. Either way, like daddy like daughter