Let's make this a very un-original post by introducing ourselves one by one. And to be nice we should call it traditional instead of un-original. So here goes.
Michael is the work horse in the family right now. He is at the hospital around 100 hours a week sewing people up and keeping them alive. Michael is a strong and confident man who is goal oriented and hard working. He has a bevy of nicknames for Kat and the baby (who do you think came up with the title of our blog?) and what he comes down to is fun. He uses his "spare" time to do the following which are listed in order of importance; surf, sleep, play with Jack, eat, watch tv, and Kat. No seriously, he loves me but he is a little backwards in the priorities this year seeing as how we are in Hawaii. He believes in living life to the max and making every minute count. His surfing has improved 100 percent since moving here last June and the thought of leaving in two months turns him green. He is currently enjoying his large stash of after easter markdown Peeps as well as March Madness.
Kat is the stay at home Mommy in the middle of an identity crisis, but more to that later. She enjoys spending her days lazy around the house. She rarely misses the Price is Right and Wheel of Fortune and has concluded that this makes her real age approximately 57. She loves to workout, layout or pigout while the baby takes naps and has hit a weightloss plataue because of the counteractive combination of these activities. As for her hobbies or whatever, there aren't a whole lot, hence the identity crisis. One good, defining thing is that she will finally be putting her aerobics instructer certification to use by teaching the relief society sisters on Saturday mornings! Yay! Overall she is generally happy and content or would like to think she is. For a more truthful analysis you should probably consult Michael.
Jack is the best ever. He is a little over ten months old and is a thrill everyday. He has six charming teeth and beautiful blue eyes. The best part about his day is when Daddy comes through the front door. Coming in a close second is bath time. He is social and friendly and will go to anyone who will hold him. He loves to crawl after birds and hear Mommy make animal noises. His favorite foods are chocolate soy milk, potstickers, oatmeal cereal and booby. Both Mommy and Daddy are sad to think that he won't remember the most wonderful year of his life here in Hawaii but have done their best to document it with plenty of photos.
Ok folks. That is it for now and today. Kat will probably be the primary poster on this blog but to avoid seeming vain and trendy she has created it for both her and Michael's use. Now a picture to end it all.