Tuesday, March 08, 2005
With that stuck in my mind (and because we were looking at the map to figure out if we do go to Evelin's cousin's wedding in Montana this summer where else we might try to visit with a not-quite-year-old), I figured I should look at the World66 maps to see where I've been.
4% of the world (10 countries) — although that counts the United Kingdom as one country (the Europe map below counts it as up to four) and it counts French Guiana as a seperate country instead of as an overseas département/région.
60% of the United States (31 states) — but if we do go to Montana, we'd probably try to add at least Wyoming and maybe Idaho or a Dakota to the list, too ... I did not count states where I never left the airport during a layover; if I did count those, I'd get to add Colorado, Missiouri, and Ohio.
38% of Canada (5 provinces)
15% of Europe (8 nations)
It looks like I still need to get a few places.
Create your own maps
Came across this article today and I have no idea if it applies to the fussiness you've been experiencing with Celeste, but figured it might at least be an interesting read:
Evelin's thinking it might be because she's overtired. Another thought is night terrors of somesort.
Her six-month check up (and jabs) is this afternoon, so we'll be asking the doctor what he thinks ...
Thanks for the article!
Evelin and I were talking in the middle of the night about some of this, and she definately is working each of us differently. The way she reacts to Evelin is totally different from how she reacts to me; she seems to be trying to get the same result (Pick me up!) but she goes about it differently depending upon who's hovering at the edge of the crib...
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