Trying on roles

March 31, 2009 By: erik Category: Offspring, Photos 274 views

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Nora in HammockFirst a quick programming note: The content on this blog has always reflected my interests: Spain, the internet, computer programming, photography, photoshop, golf, soccer, dancing, guitar, food, wine, politics, religion, etc. Lately, all of these have been muted in light of the intense focus that my week-old daughter requires. I’m still me, and I still have all those interests, but I also know that experiencing and remembering this part of my daughter’s life is way more important than any of those. I won’t bore you with the “it’s really hard but when she looks into your eyes it’s all worth it” and “you have no idea until you do it” clichés, despite them being 100% true. This time in my life and my blog is about one thing and one thing only.

Just a few humorous photos of Nora practicing for her possible futures.

Gangsta Baby

Gangsta Baby!


The first rule of Fight Club is you do not talk about Fight Club!

Girl Power!!

Girl Power!!

New Favorite Photo

Nora in Hammock


  • Of course this is what your blog is about right now. It’s all good, E.

  • 10 weeks after having Eva, I still haven’t figured out how to get my blog back to “normal”. Sometimes cliches are cliches for a reason. The blog reflects your life and right now, Nora is a HUGE part of your life.

  • Heh.. I meant the title of this post to be about the silly captions I gave the pictures, but I realize now that it kind of applies to my little preamble, too.

    Three 5-star ratings already? Wow. I can never tell what my audience will like. Perhaps it was the honest emotion.

  • I understand, and forgive you for not posting more about golf right now.

  • I think I may have just messed up the rating system… Unintentionally, honest… I wanted to give five, then then clicked too soon… Can you forgive me?

  • Can’t you modify your rating once you’ve submitted one? I thought you could.

  • Nope, I guess you can’t. Oh well. You’re forgiven, Paola.