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Sunday, February 18, 2007


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A lovely, lovely post, Nick. I have a 6-year-old Hannah too (as well as a 6-year-old Lauren) and I can identify with your last sentence completely. I love that blend of childlike and surprisingly grown up that you get at that age.

I blog about both girls here if you're interested: http://bitrot.net/father/. :-)

Very cute indeed! What ever happened to the "crazy poopin' bird"?

Thanks, Mark. You've got a great blog - your love for your daughters comes through in every post. And that video you shot while spinning around is great!

Peter, believe it or not, that crazy bird is still here. He doesn't seem to care about my new car, but he still bashes himself against our windows on a daily basis.

Hehe - thanks for taking the time to visit, Nick! ;-)

As a close friend (& relative) of Hannah's, I can personally attest to the "shy at first then take charge" part of her personality. For what seemed like the first 4 1/2 years of her life, she basically ignored me (& all my pestering ways). Now she has warmed up to me and pretty much keeps me in line when I'm around her. LOL. Pretty good for a 6 yr old. :)

I wandered in here looking for Homesite info (I recently started a new job where I use Windows exclusively (I've used Macs at home and work for the last 5 years), and was reintroduced to Homesite...I'd forgotten how much I love it, and was looking to see if it might be ported to OS X and stumbled in...), and got to reading. I have a nine year old daughter, and like yours, she's a beautiful tornado. Thanks for sharing...I think all dads have a special place in their hearts for their daughters.

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