Monthly Archives: October 2011

Capriana Marie is here.

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It’s still me, Zayne here.  Welcome to the revised site.  We made a few changes with the entry of my new little sister into the world.  You may notice the name change from Zayne’s World to Capriana’s Isola (Isle) for those who don’t speak Italian.  I will continue to be featured and narrate until she can sub-conscientiously talk to Daddy, but for a while my little sister will get most of the pics.  I haven’t gotten jealous yet, at least that’s what Mommy and Daddy have said, of course she’s only been here since Monday.  I know you want to see the pics, in fact you probably skipped this and went straight to the pics, but first some stats:

Born:  Monday 10/24 at 3:08 pm.  Home at 9:30 pm on Monday.

Weight:  5lbs, 8oz.

Lenght 18.75″

Capriana (Kah-pree-ahna) not Cap as in ball cap.  Marie as in Marie.

And now on to some pics:

Pumpking Patch – 2011

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As you may recall, Daddy took me to a pumpkin patch last year and we took a lot of pictures.  Well, we went back this year and Mommy got to come with us!  Yeah!  But with her being pregnant, she was more of a spectator than she would normally be, next year Mommy, next year.  Here are the pics:

 

Also, this will be the last post for Zayne’s World, it’s been a great 2-1/2 year run.  I know you’re disappointed, but don’t be….because just the name is changing.  Check back here often for more pics of me and my new little sibling.  Ok, sister, most all of you know I have a little sister now.

 

October, misc.

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Just a quick post before a couple longer posts.  Ha-ha, not sure why, but that just made me laugh.  I’ll let the picture captions describe the action, because I have to catch a flight to St. Louis for game 6 of the World Series.

Ok, more on my ear.  I was playing on the couch with Daddy.  I jumped, bounced on a pillow and bounced right off the couch.  It’s happened a 100 times, but this time….I landed on the edge of the coffee table with my ear and it cut right through.  So off to the emergency room we went.  4 hours later, a Ranger clinch in the ALCS, some contractions for Mommy and a funny stuffed animal duck and we were home.   And guess what?  I got tacos!  I like tacos.  Made it almost worth it.  Almost.