Another Baby Update

Tue 1 Jan, 2008 at 6:14 pm 1 comment

I know I just posted one the other day, but this time I’ve got a couple pictures to add to the blog, as well as some wintery pictures.

For those who don’t live in Southern Ontario, or watch the Weather Channel, we got 10-ish cm of snow overnight, and woke up to a beautiful winter wonderland this morning. Now if there is more than 5 inches of snow ITravel2000.com will be giving the vacations bought earlier this year to its customers for free!

The deal works like this:

  • Book your flight, hotel or vacation through participating tour operators between June 12 and Dec. 7, 2007, for departures before April 30, 2008;
  • Watch your region’s snowfall on Jan. 1;
  • If it’s more than 12.7 centimetres, itravel2000.com will refund the price of your purchase within 14 days, minus the taxes.

(That was lifted from the CTV article site).

No word yet on whether the target was reached.

As for the baby – he’s rolling about as I type. I don’t know what he’s up to in there but it feels weird. It’s a bit nerve-wracking to think that we’ll be having a baby next month!

Anyways, enough chatter – here’s a link to some more pictures (including 2 belly shots for those who love them!)

Happy New Year!

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Entry filed under: baby stuff, Holidays.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Katie  |  Wed 2 Jan, 2008 at 4:03 am

    thanks for the update! Love the belly shots and the snow is gorgeous!

    Reply

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