Author Archives: lmurph

Sloane & Sonoma

Hello world! On a weekly basis I think about my lonely little blog and have every intention of posting something brilliant.  Before I know it, weeks have passed and often times I don’t even know where to begin with my … Continue reading

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We have an eater!

5 months old, Sloane tried oatmeal for the first time.  Not that I was shocked, she is after all Ted Warner’s child, she loved her oatmeal!!  She has since tried carrots, which she was an enormous fan of and green … Continue reading

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Crying It Out

For the past month or so Ted and I were introduced to what real sleep exhaustion means.  We thought we were tired when Sloane was first born, that was NOTHING compared to the 3 weeks we endured before, during and … Continue reading

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All of last week was spent with my family in Cabo to celebrate my parents 40th wedding anniversary, get out of town and warm out bones.  The weather was perfect, the food was amazing and to be with my entire … Continue reading

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3 Months Old

My baby girl is 3 months old.  It’s true, every single day gets better and better.  Sloane is becoming so much more interactive, the smiles melt me into a million pieces and if picking your child up out of her … Continue reading

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2 Month Survivor

How in the world is my little girl 2 months old already? It’s officially true – it goes by really, really fast.  I woke up this morning to more smiles than ever, a healthy and happy baby girl and I … Continue reading

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Welcome to the world Sloane Murphy Warner

On October 22nd, 2012 @ 9:33am our lives changed forever when Ted and I welcomed our healthy daughter into the world, Sloane Murphy Warner.  7 lbs 5 oz, 22 inches long. After around 30 hours of labor and 45 minutes … Continue reading

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