Thursday, March 29, 2007

A Genuine Kopp Kid

Very few things define being a "Kopp" like a Culver hoodie - and Madelyn wears hers well.

Sunday, March 25, 2007


Maddie had her first professional haircut last week. At first she loved the "jishies" on the cape - but the fear soon took over. It took about four minutes to clean up her ends, and she screamed the whole time. Thanks Debbi (my amazing stylist) for helping Maddie's bed-head...mornings aren't nearly as bad anymore.

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

What do you think?

I stole this idea from a friend's blog (sorry Kat). My sister-in-law Marci isn't sure if Jude looks like Maddie. I think they look a LOT alike, but perhaps it's just me. You decide.

Monday, March 19, 2007

And then there were two...

In case you all forgot, I do have two kids now. Sorry about the lack of Jude pictures. I love the kid to pieces, but until recently they all kind of looked the same. A cute kid in a swing, cute kid on the floor, cute kid in the get the idea. Anyway, here are some pictures to catch you all up on the last two months.

Thursday, March 15, 2007

Everything on Her Head on Vimeo

I think it's time for us to get Madelyn some real dress up clothes. She's obsessed with putting things on her head - and thanks to Rob, she wears socks on her hands...every day. I'll pass Jude on a daily basis, sitting in his swing, with his blanket folded up and his bare feet exposed - and then I'll find Madelyn wearing his socks on her hands. It was cute in the beginning, but now Jude has about 15 single socks - and I have no idea where the matching socks are.

Identical Families

Ben and Kat came by a few weeks ago, and we were able to get a few shots of our identical children. Maddie and Maggie (that gets confusing when they are here) are eight weeks apart, and Jude and Cash are one month apart. Jude and Cash are going to start a band when they get older - due to their rockstar names.

Saturday, March 03, 2007

My Little Bag Lady

Maddie is obesssed with finding junk, putting it in her stroller and pushing it around. She also has a new favorite question, "I'm alright?" She thinks it applies to anything and everything that gets "hurt" - aka, falls out of the stroller. If I don't answer her immediately, she'll hunt me down, and repeat, "I'm alright?" Until I tell her that, yes - she's alright.

This particular morning - she felt it necessary to tote around two bottles, two batteries, a nursing pad, Mylicon drops, the battery cover for Jude's swing, a sippy cup and a linking block. My house is NEVER clean. And yes - that IS my purse around her neck. Again, I ask that you forgive the hair - I don't even attempt to run a brush through it until after her nap.