Monday, September 14, 2009

6 comments:

Anna said...

I truly believe in that method and use it when necessary!!! He's a doll by the way!

Kristin said...

In our home that technique was called "Intensive baby therapy" Tim coined the term. . .of course. .

cyndo.y.eric said...

abbey...he is such a cutie. i'm so happy for you guys! i'll keep that trick/tip in mind for future reference.

Jess said...

He's adorable!!! I'm so happy for your little family!

Christy Gunnell said...

Okay I'm so glad I stumbled upon your blog. Sawyer is adorable! I'm so happy for you guys. He's getting so big. I hope you're loving Dallas!!

noyeah said...

Dear Ure family, I saw your video on FoxNews.com and was touched. I am an acoustics professor at BYU and have three noisy boys of my own. I am willing to offer some tips to you on sound isolation if you are interested. The biggest thing to prevent sound transmission is that you need massive wall and floor materials if possible. This must be done when the buildings are built normally. It's hard to control sound transmission after they've been built. If I were you, I'd fault the HOA and the builders. I'm guessing you're LDS. Incidentally, I have a sister who lives in Frisco.