Thursday, January 17, 2013

Dadhood x 2

Dad x 2
Dad x 2
Dad x 2

Man oh man, I have been away for a while.

So many things started happening at once I just had to focus on life and my desire to blog was set aside. I have been busy though, and I have plenty to share.

So first off I would like to officially make my welcome post for my new daughter Rowan. She was born on November 17th, 2012. She is a happy healthy 2 months old today, and a steady reminder that life only gets busier and more fun as was grow older.

Here are a couple of shots with me and my girls.

I took 6 weeks off work to help Beth adjust to the new life force, and how she interacts with all the other life forces within our household. It was a very special time full of great breakfasts, second breakfasts and high adventure. I believe I will look back on this as one of the best times of my life. I got to have movie marathons with Beth, sledding and uninterrupted play time with Lilly and quiet new dad time with Rowan. I am a blessed man to have so many wonderful women in my life.

I have some more refurbished tools, bow and artwork to post about and some more beer to write about as well. I hope everybody is having a wonderful 2013, mine has been Tip Top so far.

Stay golden Pony Boys and Girls


Jeope said...

Man, is that ever sweet. One month left until I join the club. This had better be good!

James said...

It will be better than good. It will be the end of everything and a new beginning. I can't wait to meet the little person.

Anonymous said...

Cheers and congratulations. Love the photo with "The Hobbit." My baby is now only months away from double-digits. We read TH last month for the second time, at her insistence; the same edition as you're holding. You are twice blessed -- at least.

Scott in Oregon

James said...

Scott: Thanks so much for your comment. I am a truly blessed man. I'm glad you read The Hobbit to your girl, It does such a great job of inspiring the spirit of fun and adventure. She is very fortunate to grow up in an environment that is so reminiscent of Tolkien's writings. All the best to you and yours.

James in Winnipeg