Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Me and Wyatt

Here's some pictures that Tasha took this past Saturday at her house.

We had just gotten to her house and Wyatt had been sleeping, just woke up and didn't like the bright sunlight! It was hard on his eyes, I guess :D hehehe

In one, you can see him gnawing on my finger :D
Then, of course, the other two were taken later in her house.

As you can see by the double chin, I still have lots of weight to lose... I'm 12lbs away from my pre-pregnancy weight; which is great but I still want to lose more than that.

Friday, March 24, 2006

Get a Free Nike Dance Work-Out Video

See the video at NikeWomen.com

I can't wait to get that video; I think it'll be fun.

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Autism Rates Fall With the Removal of Mercury

The increase in reported cases of autism has not only slowed, but actually reversed now that thimerosal, a mercury-based vaccine preservative, has finally been removed from childhood vaccines.

Studies of two government databases indicate that autism rates went up as thimerosal dosages increased, then began to decline as thimerosal was removed.

From 240 to Close to Zero

The average exposure of a young child to thimerosal dropped from 240 micrograms in 1999 to almost nothing four years later. Autism rates among children declined at a similar rate.

Dr. Robert Davis, director of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) immunization safety group, argues that this cannot "... really be taken to provide any evidence one way or the other." Solid evidence of a link between thimerosal and autism could result in serious repercussions for government agencies and drug companies.

If new recommendations requiring annual influenza vaccinations for children are followed, their average dose could increase back to 60 micrograms.

Read more here.

Huffington Post March 1, 2006
Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons Spring 2006
Association of American Physicians and Surgeons March 6, 2006

And people thought I was ludicrious for not vaccinating my precious children!!! I feel so vindicated now! Of course, there's other nasty stuff in those vaccinations still... but, the worst part (I guess) is out. There's still formaldhyde, animal DNA, aborted fetus cells, aluminum, etc.


Wednesday, March 15, 2006

American Idol

My favorites right now:

Taylor Hicks
Chris Daughtry
Katharine McPhee
Ace Young

I really, really like Taylor! You can just see how much he enjoys what he's doing. I love watching him. I think he's my top favorite, since the auditions, really.

Chris looks like he's already a rock star :D

Katharine did really well last night. I haven't really been paying attention to the ladies until last night. They haven't really impressed me as much as the guys have. Although, I do like the Pickler chic :D lol I liked a couple of the chics that were voted off already.

And Ace, well, he's just a hottie :D lol No, really, he's good-looking but he sings good too. You can just see him singing to you when he's on stage.

I think a guy will win this year... that's my prediction. And I think it'll either be Taylor or Chris.

Thursday, March 09, 2006


Yesterday, we finally got that old Sunbird out of our yard! yay!!! After its been sitting there for 3 yrs now!!! I was soooo sick of seeing it! I signed the title over to a junk yard.

So, now, Jeremy and I both have nice, family cars :D He has a '93 Cadillac Deville that seats 6 and I have a '92 Mercury Grand Marquis that seats 6! And the A/C works in both! woohoo! lol

Of course, just because I have a car now, doesn't mean I'll be driving every day. Its not so fun going around with little ones... I go when I need to... but, it'll be a little easier once Wyatt is sitting up on his own. He tolerates the sling for a little while; his favorite place to be is on my shoulder :D


I've been creating an online genealogy chart for my family! I've found and inputted over 300 people already! Dating back to the late 1600's, France! I am not even close to finishing. Its really neat/interesting :D

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Of course, we bought this movie today! HAD to!!! Loved it!

Its awesome that the movie industry has the technology to produce movies such as the Harry Potter series. I mean, the movies do the books justice and in the past, that just wasn't the case. Of course, you can't have every bit in the movies that the books have, but, they do a great job with what they choose to put in.

I'm anxious to read book six, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. But, then, I'll have to wait for the supposed last book. I wonder if J.R. Rawlings could continue writing the HP series even after he's out of school. I wonder if they'd be any good.

Oh, Ursula asks to watch "Harry Pot-a-mous"... I'm not sure if she's gotten the word confused with a hippopotamous (sp?) or what, but that's what it sounds like. Its funny... and its not like we talk about hippos all the time either... lol She's funny.