27 November 2010
25 November 2010
The pumpkin in its native habitat. . . a family farm in Massachusetts.
October 30, 2010
Pumpkin is transformed into a Halloween Jack-O-Lantern by the Muñoz Broder family.
October 31, 2010
Pumpkin as Jack-O-Lantern meets a dubious fate at the hands of Papa Muñoz.
November 1 - 21, 2010 (not pictured)
Pumpkin spends time as a purée in the purgatory of our freezer.
Small portions get paroled and experience life as a hearty soup.
November 22, 2010
Revitalized by cousins Lauren and Naomi, Pumpkin lives again as moist, delicious pumpkin bread.
November 23, 2010
Pumpkin becomes the grand finale at our Thanksgiving feast.
From now on, Pumpkin's presence in this world is but a sweet memory. . . . . mmmmmm PUMPKIN PIE!
24 November 2010
I helped Naomi make whipped cream.
Uncle Ben was in charge of the turkey.
Lauren kept Pau busy/sleeping.
The table was beautiful. We had turkey, mashed potatoes, sautéed spinach, cranberry sauce and stuffing.
My favorite part was desert. . . Pumpkin Pie and whipped cream!
23 November 2010
21 November 2010
We are lucky to have a visit from Uncle Ben and our cousins Naomi (left) and Lauren (right).
Lauren didn't waste any time and went straight for holding baby Pau. She was not afraid of his crying and successfully calmed him like a pro.
Uncle Ben jumped in, too. He folded laundry and changed diapers. What a hero!
Naomi cooed to Pau after she read me a story and put me down for my nap.
and they both sang with us and played games. . . I can't wait for tomorrow when we can hang out together some more!
20 November 2010
At first he really didn't like it
Then Papa figured out he should be submerged in the warm water instead of just hanging over it in the bathtub sling. That was clever and Pau appreciated it.
In the end it all turned out OK. And clean.
And I slept through it all.