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Buying 18 Month Clothes
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I don't get it. Gabriel is twelve months and is considered to be small for his age. At his twelve month check up he was short (almost 30 inches which puts him in the 25th percentile) and skinny (just 20 pounds which puts him in the 10th percentile for weight). And yet he's almost outgrown all of his twelve month clothes. Huh???

So, yesterday I looked up online to see if we had any Carter's stores near us. There's an outlet store about 20-some miles away and today we headed there. It's a really cute little outlet mall and even has a Lane Bryant outlet store (no I didn't get anything there). We did, however, get some decent stuff for Gabriel in size 18 months. He now has a decent collection of onesie and pant combos and sleepers. At some point we'll probably check out the Baby Gap outlet or the Children's Place outlet for some other types of clothes like jeans and t-shirts. Oh, we also found him a cute light jacket for the spring time (with something that looks like a green beholder on it) and some slippers. All in all it was a very productive run to get Gabriel some bigger clothes.

My baby is growing up too fast! *snifflewah*

When we got home tonight we watched Heroes and just chilled out around the house and chased the baby around. I don't know why, but right now I'm super tired. While I could go to sleep right now, I'll probably be up playing poker for the next few hours.


You scored 80% Pride, 47% Envy, 77% Ambition, and 75% Deceitfulness!

You are Caiaphas, the high priest of Israel. You were a member of a strict Jewish sect known as the Pharisees. Aside from praying in the temple, your mission in life was to have Jesus executed. You are a rather ambitious person and you tend to accomplish most of the goals that you set for yourself. This goal was no different. You managed to have Jesus (the Son of God) crucified in approximately the year 28 AD. You had to get rid of Jesus because he was an insult to your pride. Before Jesus showed up, you were the most righteous man in all of Israel. Jesus was not only more righteous than you were, he also pointed out faults in your righteousness. Your pride blinded you to Jesus’ message and drove you to put the man to death. Of course you couldn’t do this right away because many people viewed Jesus as a prophet. This is the point where your deceptive skills came in handy. You welcomed Jesus into Jerusalem as an honored prophet and three days later; you arrested him in the night and hastily set up a trial to execute him.

The Which Biblical Villain Are You Test

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