Sometimes I just look at my family and they make me want to melt.
Cora has been walking for two weeks but, as you can see from the video below, she’s already well on her way to becoming a soccer super star.
Cora and I were watching football the other day when I suddenly realized that she had been sitting next to me spitting for the last 5 minutes. I whipped out the iPhone and captured her spitting for another 2 minutes. She was happy as could be, completely drenched in drool and spit.
If you’re a fan of messy babies, you are in luck! This set of photos shows Cora gnawing on her first biter biscuit. It was a messy affair, indeed, and one that she enjoyed immensely.
I’m afraid to think this, let alone type it, but Cora is an absolute angel. After being home just a week she’s appears to be a most mild mannered baby, always agreeable and rarely cross. Continue reading
This one is for all the grandparents out there. Enjoy the little coos and cries. Continue reading
Continuing what appears to be a Northcutt family trend, Cora Belle Northcutt arrived this morning at 10:50 AM, four weeks early but healthy and happy. Continue reading
I’ve updated a side-by-side I did in late 2004 to include The New Northcutt. Do you have any predictions on what the gender might be? Continue reading
It seems only fitting that today, Father’s Day, be our “coming out” announcement. In early September we will be adding another member to the ever-growing Northcutt household. Mommy is doing quite well. Emma and Henry are looking forward to having one more playmate. Continue reading