Posted Date: September 13, 2007September 13, 2007author:LDCategories:Mostly a pictureRe: the lil' monkeyThree down… [Thanks to the Know-It-All-Brother-In-Law for the picture.] …ninety-seven to go. Post navigation Previous PostPrevious postAt the penguin tank (2)Next PostNext postTapas Friday In a similar vein: Posted Date: April 26, 2008Weekend bonus shot, 04.26.08 Posted Date: August 18, 2007Weekend bonus shot, 08.18.07 Posted Date: August 30, 2008August 30, 2008Weekend bonus shot, 08.30.08 10 thoughts on “Three down…” Congrats to you all! Log in to Reply Thank you, Vikki! Our friends’ priceless gift, the beloved’s nine-months-and-a-day’s hard work, and the lil’ monkey’s triumph. With an assist by Baba. Three years later I am still slack-jawed with amazement at it all. Go, humanity! Log in to Reply happy birthday to the lil’ monkey! Log in to Reply Aww, it’s my birthday too! 22 down, which suddenly doesn’t seem much more than 3. Congrats, she looks really happy. 🙂 Log in to Reply Happy birthday, lil monkey-butterfly! Log in to Reply Happy birthday to lil’ monkey! That looks like a good cake. Log in to Reply Happy Birthday darling girl! Log in to Reply Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you! You all are sweeter than that birthday cake. And about as sweet as the Birthday Girlie. Log in to Reply Happy Belated Birthday to the lil’ Monkalot. And way to go parents for getting her there safely. Log in to Reply I love how you count like she’s gonna live a 100th years… i feel that some american parents (at least most of them portray on the media) they DO parenthood as if it had 18 year contract, past that due date when because of american society makes it possible the child goes to college or to work or wherever…so having that time line of 18=independente=adulthood sometimes cause children to develop early…thats why the teen years seem so hard because the parent is think “ohh my god I can wait until he/she goes to colle” and the kid is thinking “2 more years and they dont let me do anything!” dont be scare maybe it is a perception…like being parent is over at certain age…when being a dad, mom or baba is never over. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.