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Harper Sophie Jean
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Born: 04/05/2008
Time: 06:43 pm
Place: Vancouver, BC
Weight: 7 lbs 10 oz
Length: 19 in

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Family visits
posted on 11/21/2008

The past couple of weeks have been busy with visiting family. Harper and I took a trip up to squamish mid-week to hang out with Grandma and Auntie Lois (Dad was unfortunately very busy at work and couldn't join us). It was really great having lots of help with Harper, especially at mealtimes and we had lots of fun going to cafes and relaxing at home. Harper did very well with the sleeping away from home (thank goodness!).

Then one day we arrived home to find a card in the mail from Grand Dad. He invited us to BC 150 celebrations at Fort Langley. So, Harper and I jumped in the car and met the Gibsons in Langley for an afternoon at the historic fort. Thankfully the weather cooperated and we had a great time under sunny skies.

Harper is working hard on learning how to pick things up with her fingers. She has almost got the hang of it, but the blueberries on her high chair tray continue to elude her!


Auntie Erin came to visit.

Visiting with Auntie Erin

And Grandma too!

Hanging out with Grandma!

Harper and Auntie Lois playing SuperBaby!

Auntie Lois does SuperBaby!

We visited the playground in Squamish for a swing!

Swinging with Grandma!

Grandma enjoyed swinging too!

Hanging at the playground with Grandma

Sitting on Grandma's lap looking cute.

Sugar pie!

We visited Grandpa at the Squamish cemetery.

Visiting Grandpa at the cemetery

Harper wasn't too excited about Auntie Lois' offerings on the menu tonight.

Not too fond of what Auntie Lois is trying to feed me...

We visited Fort Langley for BC150 celebrations. Harper gots lots of Auntie Erin snuggles!

Fort Langley

Auntie and me at Fort Langley on BCs 150th b-day celebration.

Saying hi to Grand Dad. Pretty nice weather for a west coast November isn't it?!?!?!

Saying hi to Granddad at Fort Langley.

Harper is working on her pincer grasp, but blueberries are really hard to pick up.

Working on my pincer grasp - those darn blueberries are tricky to pick up!

A face only a mother could wash.

A face only a mother could...wash.

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