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Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Happy 2007 Everybody!

Happy New Year, everbody! Jenn, Zachary, and I wish you luck and love in 2007. Christmas was very nice. We spent it relaxing at home in Brooklyn. We took the above photo on Christmas morning, when Zachary gave us his first real smile. We spent New Year's Eve the same way, relaxing at home. At the moment, Zachary is too young to travel (he's only five weeks old). Once he gets his immunizations we can think about going somewhere. Of course, his parents need a vacation more than ever, but it will have to wait.

I'll provide a more substantial update soon, but in the meantime, out with the old, and in with the new.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Pieter v. said...

Vic, this is an old friend from college days wishing you the very best for 2007. What a surprise it was to run into you blogging! It would be great to hear from you!

4:43 AM  
Blogger allison said...

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU,JEN AND THAT CUTE LITTLE THING ZACHARY! WE ALSO HAD A GREAT CHRISTMAS IN OUR NEW HOME THIS YEAR, AND A LITTLE NEW YEARS GET TOGETHER HERE. NOTHING BIG BUT IT WAS NICE. THE PICTURE OF ZACHARY SMILING IS JUST THE CUTEST EVER!!! HE IS GROWIN BIG WITH EACH NEW PICTURE. REMEMBER TO REST WHILE HE DOES WHEN YOU CAN, I KNOW NEW PARENTHOOD TAKES ALOT OUT OF YOU,BUT IT IS WORTH IT WITH EACH NEW MILESTONE!! I HAVE POSTED A PAGE ON MY SPACE, CHECK IT OUT SOMETIME AND YOU CAN SEE MY FAMILY!! MYSPACE.COM/ALLISONC72 LOTS OF LOVE, THE CROSBYS

7:11 PM  
Anonymous Joe said...

Vic,

Congrats to you and your wife on your new addition to the family. Although you don't know me I caught your blog while I was in deployed to Iraq last year and liked reading your posts on New York city life. I stop by once in a while to see your new posting.
Congrats again on the baby.

Take care

Joe from San Antonio TX

8:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stumbled across this blog while serching web for something to do on my up and coming visit to NYC. Booked a break for wife and I only to find its St Pats day. Obvoiusly itenery somewhat changed so Saturday is pretty much sorted but any suggestions for something a bit quieter on the Friday. We are from Scotland, age 41 have left our little 2 year old for the first time and wanted a bit of adult time. Any good shows etc on Friday? Or any other suggestions. Can't see much sport on. No baseball or footy
Stephen

2:25 PM  

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