Long Time, No Blog

Lots of change going on around the Eagle house, which has led to the lag in apologies to my three readers. I got a new job, one that actually requires me to work, so I can't do much day blogging. But here's what's going on.

It's been so long since I've blogged both the kids started growing facial hair...

OK...not really that long, but given the hairy nature of our family it won't be long before Addison will be shaving her legs and Tyler will be shaving his face, back, chest, butt, ears and nostrils.

They bambinos turned 6 months old last week, and in a blink of an eye, half a year has passed.  Tyler is extremely mobile and has earned the name of Captain Destruction.  All he does is log roll and flail his body in to anything and gets anywhere he wants.  This week I have found him under the couch, under his dresser, under his bed, and he even log-rolled himself from the living room, around the couch, past the dining room table and into the kitchen.  He will roll over the dogs, his toys, his sister, and any thing else in his way. He did start "crawling" today, but his "crawl" is more of an air-hump, so I'll wait to post until it's a real crawl, so the FBI won't show up over here to confiscate my computer.

Addison has mastered sitting up.  She can sit-up as long as she wants no. She just sits and studies everything that is going on.  Much more low-key than Captain Destruction. She's like her mom...sitting, watching, observing and judging her male counterpart. 

Tyler and Addison have been given the OK to eat anything they can far we have added cauliflower(yuck), peas(meh), mango(yum), chicken(yum).  The change in texture really throws them(and their diaper consistency) off at first, but they handle if very well.  I'm thinking about really getting them into the whole American obesity thing at an early age, I just can't figure out if I should blender up and animal style In and Out Burger, a Tony's calzone, or monster plate of chicken nachos.  

I'm not really sure the doc meant Tyler could eat a plastic bowl when he said "anything they can handle" but he tried...


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