My colleague at “InterVarsity Press”:http://www.ivpress.com/, Nate Baker-Lutz, made this animated short with construction paper and painstaking stop-motion techniques. Then I was lucky enough to breeze in at the last minute to provide the voice-over narration. *Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!*
We know you have been waiting with bated breath, wondering when, oh when will Lucy lose her first tooth? Well, it happened last week! Continue reading “Very Attached to a Lost Tooth”
Five-and-a-half years ago, Lucy got the first of her baby teeth. Soon, they’ll be starting their journey on to fairy-land. When will it happen? Help us guess and you could win a fabulous prize. Continue reading “Contest: Losing Lucy’s Loose Tooth”
In our house, Rosie and Lucy have one birthday party together. Not only does it help promote sisterly affection, but it’s fun, too! Continue reading “Two girls, one party”
Our little baby is officially a big “three-year-old”:/news/2011/rosies-third-birthday-breakfast-interview/ now! She is such a grown-up girl that we had our very first kid-centered party to celebrate. (Includes video.) Continue reading “Imagine: Inviting Kids to a Birthday Party”
Rosie in video shot on March 14, 2011. She’s got big plans now that she’s three.
Both of our girls have loved music from their earliest days. But lately Rosie has taken a particular fancy to bursting out in song — and we just love it. Continue reading “Have a cherry”
Our fourth birthday celebration for Lucy was pretty standard as Boyd parties go — but very special for one little girl. See for yourself (and “then read on”:/news/2010/lucys-4th-birthday/):
Rosie just “turned two”:/news/2010/gimme-a-two/, and she doesn’t quite know all her letters yet, so we realize she isn’t really reading this book. But she’s steaming ahead on a track straight to literacy â€” and having fun all the way.
Spring is birthday season around the Boyd house, and Rosie enjoyed hers fully. Continue reading “Gimme a two!”