Today’s Photos Include: Ruby

We all thought it was funny when Ruby clutched Dad’s pocket as he held her. Really, maybe, she was just getting through the morning the best way she knew how. Here you go. Just a plain old close-up of her…


Here’s Princess Ruby in her Thanksgiving headdress. The manly men went outside to grill the turkey. I wanted to capture the moment and followed. Nothing seemed to be happening, though, so I asked Brent whether they planned to do something…

Ruby Photo of the Day

Roo, I offer heartfelt apologies that this took so long. But here’s your photo of the day: the Ruby and the Grandpa. Apparently they’re both big University of Illinois fans.

Book worm

Swoon! Look at this face! The James glare: she has it.


Guess who called me today via Skype.

The ARR Baby

One of the things we do here at work is scoff at people who don’t understand reuse, copyright and intellectual property. All day long: “What’s the license say?” “CC BY-NC.” “Then why are you even bothering me?” And yet I’m…

Halloween (now with better resolution!)

More photos from Halloween courtesy of Brent. Prepare to weep from cute. By the way, Jenny made that costume. Or perhaps “invented” is the better term. Is she not supermom?


Look at this wee Totoro!

The Chandler Family

Took a family portrait this morning.

The Daddy and the Baby

Bath Time

Now with More Ruby

You’ve been so good today, that I’m going to give you more photos. Look at this foot! This is her second outfit of the day. We will not speak of what happened to the first.

Meeting Ruby

I arrived yesterday evening, and look what I found. It’s nice that Jenny is following my policy that babies should be in stripes as often as possible. Here’s Mama and baby. Today, she left the stripes and is sporting an…


Here’s the first photo of little Ruby, finally born yesterday morning. Jenny is a total champ, suffering some 50 hours of labor. Isn’t she beautiful?

Elephants at MIT

When Ringling Bros. comes to town, the train parks in Cambridge, and the elephants and ponies have march down through MIT, around by the river, and across the Charles River to the site of the circus. Track removal years ago…