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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Day 25

Does anyone else worry about how they are going to keep track of what day/photo they are on after January? lol. I do.

Nothing great picture wise today. Crummy lighting and stuck indoors.


This is Jackson's FAVORITE thing to do- take the condiments in and out of the door shelves in the fridge. . .I tried to explain to him why it isn't good for the environment, but I don't think he was listening.

Also, I'm having trouble commenting on some of your blogs. I keep getting this message "Wir konnten Ihre Anforderung leider nicht bearbeiten" which means something along the lines of 'We can not process your request'. I thought some of you might want to know how to remove the word verification step in blogger to make it easier for people to comment on your pictures. Though I will still comment (or try to!) if you leave it on, this just makes it a step easier for everyone :) If you go here you can read great detailed directions how to do it! http://fnaphotography.blogspot.com/2011/01/please-do-me-favor.html

17 comments:

Carrie said...

I LOVE when people have the word verification turned off - so much easier!!!
Jackson's lucky to have such a fun mommy. Will's mom never lets him play in the fridge :)

Candi said...

My 2-yo is always getting in the fridge too.

Love the shot.

When I can't keep up with the day, I always go to Tracy's blog.

Carrie said...

Katherine, you read my mind about taking off word verification. Seriously, like 2 seconds before reading your post. I've also thought about the keeping track of the day number. I already get off at times ;) My son loves the fridge too.

knit1kids4 said...

I get lost eventually... but just look at my dashboard and it helps me remember!

shannon said...

Thanks for the tip about turning off the word verification! Love the shot - just think, it's practice for when it's his turn to clear the table :)

BobbysMommy said...

Thanks for the help re: word verification. Also, when I started my 365, I state the date, i.e. "January 26", because I knew I would lose track otherwise!

Keara @ Now I Know What Life Is All About said...

Yes I have worried about that! LOL! Thank you for bringing up the word verification. It is really getting old typing in random letters.

Kelly said...

Ugh! I didn't realize I had it turned on. Thanks for the tip.
And yes, I wonder how I'm going to keep track of the days too.

Amanda said...

Ugh, I had no idea mine was on either. Turning it off now, although, does anyone without it have problems with spam comments?
Great shot, btw ;)

Tracy said...

My daughter loves to do the same thing!! I am going now to see if I have the verification on...thanks!!

Tracy said...

"shopping!"

On our Rules page is a link for the Date!
http://mommytography365.blogspot.com/p/rules_14.html

Dianne - Bunny Trails said...

What a cute shot and great memory. Love it.

As to the word verif - when I take it off, I get spammed. It's off, but it's annoying. I seem to be one of the few who isn't bothered by it on others' blogs.

Kathy C. said...

I think your photo is precious! But I'm partial to B&W with people. :)
I hope my word ver is off, I think it is, as we were asked to do this last year too. It does make it easier.
And, yes, I too get confused as the days progress past January. I keep a file on my computer for my photos and label them for each day, that way if I get confused I can go in there and see what was the last number I posted.

Melissa said...

Haha I love this. My daughter just got into going into the fridge too.

The word verification drives me nuts too. I was thinking about posting something about it too and asking people to turn it off. It makes things quicker for me and I'm usually making comments quickly in between the little on running around.

Karin said...

I really like this picture, Katherine! It looks familiar:)

I am sorry that I am one of the annoying with the verification on. I did it on purpose because I do not want the spam that comes with having it off. It hasn't been bothering me when others have it on, either, but I haven't yet run into the problem you have with not being able to comment. If this is preventing you from commenting on my posts, let me know. I will take if off for you:)

Karin said...

Okay, for now I will leave it up.

As for German windows, I do love that they are so big! The apartment we used to have in the US had windowsills that were several feet off of the ground, and little Alan was too short to look out the windows. So I'm glad that he can easily look out of the ones here.

What really amazes me, though, are the "black out" blinds! So much for letting the sun wake you up:)

hipchicagomom said...

Shoot...I never thought about what to do after January. It never occurred to me until you brought it up LOL. I guess I'll have to whip up a plan.

You'd never know you were working with crummy lighting. This is a great photo. :)