We were actually willing to entertain folks a little while before we left for the holidays, but I never got around to blogging it. Afternoons are best. Please email (or call) to schedule a visit, and give us a call a little before you come over to make sure we’ve not accidentally just set the house on fire. If you’re sick, or think you might be, please postpone your visit. She’ll still be an infant next week too, and we’ll all be a much happier family if she’s a well infant next week. On a similar vein, please wash your hands after arrival and before touching the baby. Other than that, please feel free to come meet Samantha. Carolyn teaches MWF, but I don’t know if that means MWF would be best because we’ll be sure to be dressed, or if T/TH would be because we’re likely to be less stressed/rushed. I’ll check with her and post an update (and may request modifications to your visit plans accordingly).
Boy, that seems like a lot of text with a lot of caveats just to say “Welcome to our home, come meet our daughter.” Parents. [shakes head] What a mess.
Speaking of messes, don’t expect quite as, um, neat, an experience at our house as you might have in our pre-Sam era. Not that you’d have done well to expect us to keep a neat house pre-Sam either. 😉