A few days ago, after a long day at work, I found my daughter Emma, vigorously coloring at our kitchen table. The paper she had cut out for this project was only about one inch across. She was drawing a picture of the sun, that filled every bit of the tiny square of paper. Normally, Emma's artistic expressions are expansive, filling … Continue reading 1 Simple Way to Make Life Better: Give a Little Sunshine
Last week I was exploring the Canadian Muskoka wilderness with my parents. After nine really tough weeks it was time for a vacation. It was my first family vacation ever! First we drove to visit my great-grandparents in St. Catharines, they are really cool. They can’t get enough of me. My parents are nice enough … Continue reading Emma Update #4: Muskoka Vacation
Well, alot has happened since my last post. I should probably apologize for not updating you on my life earlier. I still haven't figured out how to type and my daddy has been a bit busy with his new job. He is the principal of Greece Athena High School. Even though this means he will … Continue reading Emma Update # 3
If you want to get One Grip Higher, find a baby, and smell it's hair! My baby girl Emma is 2 weeks old. And already she is teaching me new and wonderful things. She is awesome. (Click here to read her blog!) She was born with an incredible plume of dark brown hair. Her hair … Continue reading One Grip Higher: Baby Hair… a Mild Narcotic?
Wow... this world is a pretty cool place. There is a lot to see and do. So far I've spent a lot of time being held by all kinds of wonderful people. They all get really close to my face and make funny sounds while they hold me! Most of them talk about how much … Continue reading Emma’s 2nd Post
Hello World! The past several months have been a bit cramped, but it always felt safe and secure. Yesterday afternoon I had a very traumatic experience. At 3:56pm yesterday things got really bright and after feeling squished for so long I felt free and alive. A bunch of strange people grabbed me and poked me … Continue reading Guest Blog Post: By Emma Gianotti