Tuesday, May 31, 2011

where have we been?

Roping cattle. More to come.

Saturday, May 28, 2011

eight months

Those hands. Always in his mouth. Dear Teeth, won't you please come?

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

meet and greet

The Kantor Boys have recently had the honour of meeting some lovely ladies... last week we hung out with all the Gauthier girls... here are Henry and Lovelyn...

And today we met Chiara Valenti and got reacquainted with Agnes Harrison. See how everyone cooperated for the photos?

(Henry was having trouble on the leather couch... he kept slipping down and it was making him angry. Also, Joe was tickling Chiara, not picking her nose. But I can't speak for Agnes' intentions. Agnes?)

And, in other news, crayons are delicious. Purple, especially.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

outside voice

There's just something about being in our backyard that makes Joe want to sing...

May 2010

May 2011

Friday, May 13, 2011

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Sunday, May 8, 2011

rachel + swans + picnic + my boys

... equals a very happy mother's day to me. Plus I got a label maker so how lucky am I?

Saturday, May 7, 2011


Joe and Henry know (well, their Daddy knows) that the way to Mommy's heart is through a belly full of cookies.


Happy Mother's Day!!

I was in prison and you visited me


This was our house this morning. Parents too lazy to get up (it was 6:15... on a Saturday), so Joseph kept Henry entertained.

Thursday, May 5, 2011


Kids say the darndest things. And so do parents. Like this gem that escaped my lips today:

"Jojo, you will never find anything healthy to eat in your nose."

(He's really into digging in there lately. I told him it was yucky. He said, "Like junk food?" Yes, like junk food.)

Sunday, May 1, 2011



It's good to stop once in a while. Stop rushing. Stop moving. Stop organizing and planning and cramming. Just stop. And relax. And ponder just how plastic stoplights work. Hm.


This great man was made Blessed today. So I'm pondering that... that I would be graced enough to touch his hand and look into his eyes. Blessed John Paul II, pray for us.