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Best of Intentions

April 19, 2012 11:12 am

We all have the best of intentions. One of mine was to use my maternity leave to update this blog but it has been 7 weeks since Trevor was born and 9 weeks since I left work and still nary a post. But that it about to change.  I really want this blog to be a memory of the travels of childhood for our kids so I will be doing some updating of both photos and backposting blogs. Since many of you read of some of our adventures through facebook, bear with us with the duplicate postings. I am going to try (again) to get this blog to automatically post to facebook but we will see if that is successful. Scroll backwards to see a few new posts and try subscribing to our RSS feed.

Thanks for reading (if you still do)


Pictures are Up

May 15, 2009 1:27 pm

I have finally had a few free minutes to upload and tag some pictures from the last couple of months. Please check out the 18to 24 month album to see how much Jace has grown.

Jace 2009

January 29, 2009 9:35 pm

Here is a recent picture for all of you. You can also check out the new photos in the 12-18 month album and our new 18-24 month album.

Can I add a Horse too


November 2, 2008 3:23 pm

I finally got a chance to upload a bunch of new pictures to the photos section. Check them out.

[mostly in the "Jace 1 Year Old" section. -s]

New Photos and Album

August 1, 2008 3:03 pm

I have added a couple of final photos to Jace’s 6-12 month album and started a 1 year old album. As I write more posts regarding our adventures, remember to check back in the albums to see additional pictures. Enjoy

Goodbye Tummy Monster

January 5, 2008 9:28 pm

To our loyal readers – we bade farewell to Tummy Monster the other day…but don’t be sad, that means Xander is here! Check out his new webpage in our links section and congratulations to Stef and Koos. We can’t wait to meet you little guy.


October 24, 2007 8:48 pm

I have added some new photos to the Jace album and we have fixed the little glitch that was making the medium sized images broken. In addition, if you want to print copies of any of these images but don’t want to download them all, these images are also available on our public Picasa site. ( I don’t always remember to post them there quite as often but they should make it there eventually. From Picasa you can send them to snapfish or photoworks.

New Photo’s

September 27, 2007 6:22 pm

New photo’s have been added. Take a peek! See how big Jace has grown.

Tummy Monster recommends the use of RSS readers

July 10, 2007 1:13 pm

Jace has friend named Tummy Monster who, despite being in utero and the size of a baby potato (as of 7/7/2007), is an expert on web-related technologies (you can see Tummy Monster’s website here: T Monster recommends the use of RSS feed readers for anybody who regularly visits web sites with RSS feeds and frequent updates (news, blogs, etc.). An RSS (“Really Simple Syndication”) feed is basically a specially formatted version of the content on a website like this one, designed for use with RSS readers (like the Google reader seen here:

Tummy Monster has a more detailed description:

For anybody who cares about such things, I’ve placed a link to the RSS feed for our website over on the right side of this page. Those of you who followed the instructions to get email updates are actually already using the RSS feed indirectly (the feed is being interpreted, converted to email, and then sent out to subscribers).

Email subscriptions available

July 1, 2007 2:03 pm

You can now click here to receive emails on days when we put new posts on our web page.

Please note: the email notification thing is set up through a free third-party service (, acquired by Google within the past month). While it appears to be safe and friendly, I can’t give you a 100% guarantee that it won’t add you to some spam list. By signing up, you’ll get emails showing new text posts like this one. And we’ll add a post whenever there are significant updates to photos. Speaking of which, we just put up a few more photos here.

(C) Steve and Heather Leibman, 2007.