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alex's life book

  • In early 2006, I began creating a life book for my daughter, Alex. Click here for links to articles describing my experience.
  • And for those of you who are more digitally inclined, in late 2006, I recreated key pages of Alex's lifebook for an article I wrote for AlphaMom, using Scrapblog.

    You can see the final digital result (and leave comments, if you'd like!) here.

what's been on my nikon lately

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Comments

tanyetta

Dear Alex,

You have once again proven that you're a genius. I love it. ;)

txmommy

Oh my gosh, those are huge, and beautiful!

Nneka

Hi, so good to find another Trini blogger. I'm in the US though. I found you through BlogHer. I sensed from the post on travel that you were a Trini, but I wasn't sure. Oh, I'm missing home now.

Nneka

bek

I love this post. I love love love to cook and have been starting to learn some new fun Carribean recipies (who knew how much variety there is?). I pretty much only stuck to the Jamacian recipies I learned from my land lady in London. With the arrival of our new daughter...straight from the Carribean, I want to learn more.

I checked out the recipie for Roast Bake..but the picture was gone. We need flour to bring in the dough...but what consistency should it be? Any help. I am so excited to check out the rest of your recipies. I have to say...almost every recipie I see makes me want to run out and make it..... that is my kind of food. :-)

Alex is getting SO BIG. I am glad she is doing well at school. Sometimes I think teachers just have a hard day and they don't think about the one million ways parents can interpret what they say. My two year old will be the kid that they say things like "wow, he sure is strong" or "wow, he has a lot of energy" and what they really mean is "he took the building apart piece by piece and then threw it at us". I will know they aren't kidding.

tallulah

Oh! I am so wanting a huge bowl of guacamole about now.

Jenna

I have no doubt my Son will correct me. Why? It will be payback for constantly correcting my own parents. Oh, God is funny. lol

Mary Tsao

I refuse to believe avocado is fattening. No, in my book it falls under "healthy." Yep.

maryrwise

Oh, the correcting has only just begun! ;-)

Sylvie

LOL! Remember when parents used to say do as I say not as I do, when kids caught them like that!? Somehow, I feel that would not be a sufficient response for Ms. Alex.

Tanya

Love those pictures!!

The Wooden Porch

That's cute! My 3 yo daughter always steps in when my husband and I "discuss" things from two different views saying, "Mama, don't yell your voice at Papa." Even if I'm not yelling at all.

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