Archive for January, 2008

And baby makes four

This morning Sarah woke up at 2:15 with pretty strong contractions. She got me up soon after, and we called for Becca (her sister and doula) to come help with the labor. We looked out the window and saw that it had snowed quite a bit overnight, so the roads were pretty bad. Becca and […]

Posted by Curtis Gibby on January 21st, 2008

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You Gotta Love It, Baby

I got the chance to laugh at Sarah the other day while we were tossing around names for Baby Brother. (A few weeks ago, we were pretty much settled on Nathan, but we’ve since backed off it.) Our neighbors have a son named Stockton (after Utah Jazz great John Stockton), so Sarah said, “We could […]

Posted by Curtis Gibby on January 12th, 2008

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Fan mail

Yesterday I got an email in Spanish through the contact form on my web site. It came from someone calling himself “rICHARD”, listing a very vague email address. It was titled, “lOSER, PERDEDOR”: wHAT ARE YOU DOING PUBLISHING A PERSONAL PAGE ABOUT YOUR LIFE, DO YOU THINK YOURSELF SOMEONE THAT WOULD BE INTERESTING TO ANYONE, […]

Posted by Curtis Gibby on January 5th, 2008

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Not quite visions of Sugarplums

Sarah and I spent Christmas Eve night at my parents’ house. Audrey was in the little toddler bed next to our bed. Sometime in the middle of the night, she started talking. “Bob the Builder. Can we fix it? Bob the Builder. Yes we can.” We’d never heard her talk in her sleep before, so […]

Posted by Curtis Gibby on January 2nd, 2008

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What I did this year (Utah news 2007)

Today on ABC 4 News, we’re running a fantastic year-ender piece that our editor Kirk Colton put together. I gave him a few suggestions on what important stories to put into the story, then turned him loose — and it turned out really well. Kirk is that kind of guy — very creative, very dependable. […]

Posted by Curtis Gibby on January 1st, 2008

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