This weekend we hunkered down as Hurricane Sandy pounded the North East. We drove home from Beth's Halloween Party on Sunday while the rest of New York City was heading in the other direction. I charged all the batteries, found all the flashlights, and stress-cleaned the entire apartment.
Both our offices were closed Monday as the storm rolled in so we "worked from home" a little and tried to stay busy.
And by staying busy I mean flipping between TWC and NY1 and going completely stir-crazy.
(Oh, and this is what "working from home" looks like when you have a toddler)
And while I do not want to take away from the suffering that many in New York and New Jersey are dealing with, this is what happened at our house:
Mommy is not so good about writing things in a baby book, but as a child, loved reading the one Gramma had kept for her. A digital baby book can be updated with photos and videos without actually printing anything, and can be shared with everyone . . . even Gramma!
Rowan, Mommy, Daddy, and Gipper the pug live in Queens, New York. Daddy is an engineer and loves Notre Dame football and the Red Sox. Mommy works for Nickelodeon and loves to knit (when she has two hands free). Gipper the pug is taking her job as "nana" very seriously and likes to look after and sniff the baby. So far, baby Rowan loves to eat and poop and cry.