here we find ourselves in september again, along with lots of babies!
september is by far the most popular month to be born. it isn’t even a close race. september has 9 out of 10 of the most popular birth dates, with september 9th being the most popular date of all. using my holiday math formula, it’s easy to find a clear correlation between the end of the old year through the ringing in of the new year, and the volume of early fall arrivals.
1 january new year’s eve party = 1 to 1,000,000 september babies
“my favourite poem is the one that starts ‘thirty days hath september’ because it actually tells you something.” -groucho marx
art credit: mary evans
advice from the kinder to the parents of a classmate’
about how to take care of their new baby.
one so sweet
one filled with adventure
all the others equally from the heart
everyone has their own unique way of approaching parenthood.
“folks, i don’t trust children. they’re here to replace us.”
check out those rides!
“my stroller of choice is the graco classic.
it’s the ’70s buick of strollers, bulky with a complete absence of style.
there are no good lines on a graco.
yes, it has cup holders, like any self-respecting car or stroller does these days,
but the luxuries stop there.”
kinder carefully bathe their babies
each with their own method
including a squeegee
all were clean and happy.
“it is the nature of babies to be in bliss.”
letting a sumo wrestler
make your baby cry
is considered good luck.
big love + big tears = big luck.
putting on a new pair of glasses or sunglasses is a simple way to completely transform your look – just like a new hairstyle.
– brad g.
baby z is fashion forward.
what do you think, little f,
should we have another baby one day ?
because of the roller coaster.
the roller coaster.
because then you’d have 3
and someone would always
have to sit alone.
yes, i see now.
life is a roller coaster; you can either scream every time you hit a bump
or you can throw your hands up in the air and enjoy!
– author unknown
image credit: the coaster critic.com
where one ends and the other begins.
babies b and j form a bridge
Love is the bridge between two hearts. – Swedish Proverb
out with baby b on a shopping adventure. there is love in those eyes.
“To live in hearts we leave behind, is not to die.” —Thomas Campbell