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Unwrapping presents

By kate on December 25th, 2005
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Pumpkins!

By kate on October 28th, 2005

We carved these pumpkins last night:

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belly bubbles

By kate on October 27th, 2005

It seems we may have stumbled upon a photography theme for this pregnancy:  

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Instant Cool

By steve on October 14th, 2005

[this entry by Steve]   One of the new-baby ideas that Kate and I are excited about is to make all kinds of custom onesies.   Our plan is to buy a big pack of plain white onesies and a bunch of inkjet-compatible iron-on printer paper, and then go nuts. For example, I’m pretty sure […]

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Autumn Belly

By steve on October 14th, 2005

[this entry by Steve] I was raking the leaves from our two maple trees late this afternoon, waiting for Kate to come home, when I had a good idea.

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Biding time

By kate on July 26th, 2005

When I was little, and my birthday or Christmas was coming up, I had trouble waiting through what seemed like an impossibly huge number of days. My parents came up with a cool idea that really got me through the anticipation. They had me create a linked chain of paper loops, one loop per day. […]

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Ch-Ch-Ch-Chia!

By kate on July 7th, 2005

Here’s a little art project I did at work recently (click for a bigger image): If you’re interested, they are radish plants and have been growing (from seeds) for five days.

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I got crafty last night

By kate on January 4th, 2005

Steve and I got a Roomba (robot vaccuum) for Christmas this year! It was lacking personality out of the box, though… http://www.livejournal.com/users/hotchili/28410.html

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Encyclopedia Project

By kate on January 19th, 2002

I am generally fascinated by how morals are omnipresent in everyday media. (I own a CD-ROM of old educational, industrial, and promotional films from the 1930s-60s called Ephemeral Films. They’re incredibly humorous and interesting at the same time. Hundreds of them are online at the Internet Moving Image Archive.) You can see pictures of the […]

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