NOV 8, 2004 - 10:11 PM
7 LBS, 4 OZ - 19" LONG
ALMOST CRAWLING                                                                                                               
If you click on this picture to make it big, you can totally see how Laura and Audrey have the exact same shape of eyes.
Audrey (as always) had a lot of firsts.  This is her first boat ride.
After the boat ride, you take horses to the rim of the inner volcano.  The horses are not meant for Americans...  Laura's guide was the coolest.  He sang to her the whole way down.
This is the babe looking down into the inner lake.  We like her shirt because it looks totally Southeast Asian.
You can see the lake in the volcano in the lake in the volcano pretty clearly in this picture.  It really helps to see the non-Manila side of the Philippines every once in awhile...
Yes, it was a big cake.  It took six cake mixes.  Laura did the top, I did the flags.  The top says Maligayang Paglalakbay, which is the rough equivalent of Happy Trails to You.
crawling out of the ball pit.  She's so dang cute!
These are blurry, but what can you do when she's moving around so much?
almost ready to start crawling, but then she falls on her stomach and can only scoot...
finally scooting
She scooted to me, and I thought it was a cute picture.
My first Father's Day.  Audrey wore this cool shirt in honor of the day.
AUDREY INDEX                                                                                                                       
She's almost getting there...  She can scootch, and she can pretty much get into anything she wants to,
but she's not quite crawling yet... Although the name of the page is Almost crawling...  Well, there's other
stuff.  Chronologically from the top of the page are our trip to Tagaytay, a single pic of the cake Laura
made for our going away party, and then some of Audrey being a bit more mobile...  I don't know what
happened to the pictures on the bottom of the page.  The resolution was weird.  When you click on them,
though, the larger files should give you a better view of the pictures...
To give you a bit of background, Tagaytay is home to lake Taal, a lake inside a volcano inside a lake
inside a volcano.  It's kind of cool, and pretty pretty.  Since it's only a day trip, Laura and I procrastinated
going until we figured that it was now or never...  We went for Memorial day.