New Look!

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anthony.silva — Sunday, February 17, 2008 @ 12:22 am

Daddy gave the site a quick facelift. :) We turned the site into a regular blog with links to our photo galleries and guestbook (and external favorites!) on the sidebar. Doing this gave us quite a few options for new graphical themes and we chose one that had clean lines and similar colors to our old layout. We also categorized all the blog posts so you can find posts by categories such as holidays, birthdays, events, outings, family updates (usually, these are updates on what the girls are up to or what they’ve accomplished), etc. We still need to update the themes for the photo galleries and guestbook to match the new front page theme, tho. We also want to make the picture at the top a randomly chosen one from a group of images (UPDATE: this is working now - for now, we’ve got 5 images up there - keep refreshing/visiting until you see them all!). Look for these updates soon!

Let us know what you like or don’t like about the new look!

P.S. Don’t forget, the photo galleries are now linked on the top right —>

P.P.S. Photos links are over there —> :)

Update (9:00PM): Photos through the end of 2007 are now up in the galleries! Almost there… :)

Check out our little buddy’s blog!

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anthony.silva — Tuesday, February 12, 2008 @ 1:21 pm

Zane
Our neighbor Zane’s daddy has setup a blog just like ours at http://www.thehumanglynnproject.org/ - he’s a cutie! He’s also got a new post up about our b-day party - go check it out! :)

A little behind again - doh!

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anthony.silva — Thursday, December 7, 2006 @ 8:53 am

Sorry, we’re a little behind again on the posts, but here goes…

Barney, the fair, Halloween, Thanksgiving - we’ve been busy! We went and saw the live Barney show the Saturday before Halloween - a fun time was had by all. Once again, the girls are SO well behaved when sitting for long periods of time at movies, shows, etc. :)

The next day, we went to the fair and rode rides, saw the animals, ate fair food, and other assorted activities. Mimi and Yaya rode two rides together by themselves (i.e. no parents along with them). They were partially excited and partially terrified. :)

For Halloween, the girls were little geisha girls. On a trip to Napa, we stopped by Chinatown in San Francisco and picked up some little oriental clothes and shoes for them and they looked very cute, of course. They had a lot of fun going door to door with mommy and daddy (and mommy and daddy had lots of fun taking them, too!) and saying “Trick or Treat!”. Hopefully, next year, we can get them to say it loud enough so that the people can hear them! ;)

And finally, Thanksgiving…not too much to report here - just a standard Thanksgiving day complete with belly stuffing goodness!

Pictures will be up later tonight…