The latest version of outlook web access is probably one f the best webmail clients I’ve ever used.
It works really well in Firefox, even if most of the bells and whistles only work in IE.
This is, of course, my first impression of it after only having used it for about an hour. We’ll see what I think of it in a few days.
…so I could go with Jenny to her exam. We gt to hear the baby’s heartbeat for the first time. I’m still grinning. 🙂
Duckling is A-OK!
Start suggesting baby names First (and Middle)… I’d like to hear some ideas about what you’d name a child, especially if you have a reason why you like a particular name. Serious or silly – I’d like to hear them.
I’m not saying we’re going to use any of them, but I thought it’d be neat to hear what names you’ve always liked (or didn’t like), or what you’ve named your own children, and how you came up with the names.
Polly (Ester): Sounds like a synthetic fabric popular during the 70s (silly and mean – would never actually do that)
Helen: My grandmother’s name.
Issac (Oliver): My father suggested this for me (in jest) while I was still in the womb. He had his hand resting on my mother’s belly at the time, and I kicked him – just to be sure he know my thoughts on the matter.
Ready, set, go!
As I just said in my previous post, I haven’t been blogging much. One of the reasons is because I’ve been waiting (since December) to write this one. I almost blew it a couple of times commenting on frostedlexicharm‘s blog. So I stopped blogging at all for a while, (with the exception of a couple random “work” or “on the net” posts)
So without further ado, I’d like to introduce you to “Duckling”:
Click the spoilers text to see the sonogram picture.
I’m pretty excited, Jenny and I both are. I’m a little scared too, but people keep telling me that I’m going to make a good dad. I hope they’re right. We don’t know what the gender is yet, we should be finding out in a few weeks. I’ll be sure to post an update.
The baby is due on August 28th, but of course that date is subject to change with no notice. 🙂
Some of the folks here already knew about Duckling, and I’d like to take a moment to thank you for not spilling the beans.
You’re probably wondering why we’re calling the baby “Duckling”. We haven’t picked names yet (we’ve talked about a few different ideas, so we are thinking about them.) However, we have decided on a duck motif for the baby’s room, (yellows and greens are good gender neutral colors) so we thought Duckling would be a cute nickname. Certainly sounds better than “it” since we don’t know the gender yet.
decides against using the “Announcements” category, even though it would fit…
Edit: Added spoilers text around the image at Jenny’s request.
Edited on Feb 23rd 2004, 05:32 by Hooloovoo
I haven’t been posting much, nor have I been keeping up on my g-blog reading. (or my email) There are many reasons why… one of which will be made apparent soon. (as in a couple of minutes)
I’m still around, in case anyone was wondering.
and you may, or may not, care…
Mozilla Firebird Firefox 0.8 was released on Monday.
Mmmm, browser upgrade goodness. Lets see if I can still “install” it on a locked-down system.