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    baby proof
  • A childproof object or environment is relatively safe for contact with children. The act of childproofing reduces risks to a level considered acceptable by a society, an institution, or, for example, to specific parents.
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  • (of an animal) Return by instinct to its territory after leaving it
  • (home) at or to or in the direction of one's home or family; "He stays home on weekends"; "after the game the children brought friends home for supper"; "I'll be home tomorrow"; "came riding home in style"; "I hope you will come home for Christmas"; "I'll take her home"; "don't forget to write home"
  • (home) where you live at a particular time; "deliver the package to my home"; "he doesn't have a home to go to"; "your place or mine?"
  • (home) provide with, or send to, a home
  • (of a pigeon bred for long-distance racing) Fly back to or arrive at its loft after being released at a distant point
  • Move or be aimed toward (a target or destination) with great accuracy
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Baby Proof
Baby Proof
A novel that explores the question: Is there ever a deal-breaker when it comes to true love?
Claudia Parr has everything going for her. A successful editor at a publishing house in Manhattan, she's also a devoted sister, aunt, and friend. Yet she's never wanted to become a mother--which she discovers is a major hurdle to marriage, something she desperately wants. Then she meets her soul mate Ben who, miraculously, feels the same way about parenthood. The two fall in love and marry, committed to one another and their life of adventure and discovery. All's well until one of them has a change of heart. Someone wants a baby after all.
This is the witty, heartfelt story about what happens to the perfect couple when they suddenly want different things and there is no compromise. It's about deciding what is most important in life and wagering everything to get it. And most of all, it's about the things we will--and won't--do for love.

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11 months old!
11 months old!
Oh my, just one month left and our baby Ell will be a year old! This last month has turned our sweet angel baby into a little boy who is constantly testing his boundaries. He's very mobil now, crawling at high speeds and easily pulling himself up from sitting to standing. This isn't so bad in our baby proofed home, but venturing out into the world is a whole new animal. Mealtime has become a constant battle as well. He loves throwing his food on the floor, especially if Ollie is there to gobble it up. He'll give us this look as if he's saying,"look what I'm doing, I dare you to do something about it! Just try!". He also has suddenly become a picky eater. The same kid who just a few months ago would eat anything put on his high chair tray now turns his nose up at vegetables and most meat or soy. He absolutely loves his bananas and has now started calling all food "nanana." We are in constant search of foods that he may enjoy that are nutritious. One thing we've found is Trader Joe's "Green Plant" juice, which is basically a green concoction made up of some green plants and apple juice. It's sweet enough that he likes it, but still has some of the nutrients he misses out on by refusing to eat vegetables. We do still put veggies and meats in front of him in hopes that he'll magically enjoy them again. We hope that this is just a phase and not a life long battle. One of his favorite times of the day is his evening bath. He could spend a good solid hour in there, and at times has, just playing with his toys and splashing around. He has become quite the natural scientist, and can spend hours picking things up and doing various tasks with them, like stacking them, throwing them, putting them in things, banging on the dog with them, and turning them around in his hand. Diaper changes and dressings have become another challenge. His aunt Julia compares it to dressing a cat, which she's had first hand experience with. He thrashes about in every which way, kicking and grabbing anything he can get his hands on, then throwing them behind the dresser where it's difficult to retrieve them from. When we have the energy we can do an okay job at diverting his attention by making funny sounds or singing to him, but when we don't have the energy it becomes a wrestling match between baby and parent. He's been trying out saying new words all of the time. This last month he's added dog and nose to his vocabulary. Although he's only used those words a few times. With all of the challenges comes a more independent and interesting guy. His personality is just shining through as he interacts so much with other people and kids. I (Rachael) have started watching a neighbor's boy, who is a few months older than Elliott. It is so neat to see them interacting. They'll feed each other crackers, and Elliott helps bounce his friend on our rubber pony. We realize that Elliott's difficulty is all part of his growing up. It's amazing and sad to think we'll never see the little, innocent baby Elliott again, but also so exciting to think of what's to come in this long adventure of parenting.
baby mourning doves
baby mourning doves
Proof that there are babies before they become full fledged doves. I have been watching the family for about two weeks, and soon the youngsters will be out on their own. They setup the nest in the pine tree at the back of our home, right near the bathroom window. These are shot through the screen so they are not as sharp as possible, but one can't complain when one is allowed to share this.

baby proof homes
baby proof homes
Love the One You're With
A novel for anyone who has ever wondered: how can I truly love the one I'm with, when I can't forget the one who got away?

Ellen and Andy Graham have the perfect marriage. There is no question how deep their devotion is, and how naturally they bring out the best in each other. But one fateful afternoon, Ellen runs into Leo. The one who brought out the worst in her. The one who left her heartbroken nearly a decade ago. The one she could never quite forget. When his reappearance ignites long-dormant emotions, Ellen begins to question whether the life she's living is the one she's meant to live.

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