At Dan's suggestion, I thought I would explain how you can post a comment on the blog. There are three ways. If you click at the bottom of a post where it says (0) comments it will bring up a comment field. Write your message and then choose an identity:
Use this if you have an account with google, i.e. if you also have a blog through Blogger or Blogspot. Choosing this option allows readers of the blog to click on your name in the comments section and it will bring up your profile. If you don't already have a google account, the only reason you would want to sign up is if you plan to start a blog. To see an example of this type of comment posting, see Kris's comment on Part-timers, Posers & Buck-Tooth Varmits.
Use this if you don't want to sign up for a google account, but you want to be identified by name when your comments show up. You will be asked for your name (you can use your real name or make up a funny alias) and you also have the option to enter a web address, such as your email address or website, if you want readers of the comments section to be able to contact you or see your website. Entering a web address is not required if you don't want people to be able to contact you. To see an example of this type of comment posting, see Dianna's comment on Part-timers, Posers & Buck-Tooth Varmits.
Use this if you don't want to identify yourself by name. Although, I'd rather know who you are, so if you don't want other readers of the comments section to identify you, just choose a cool alias, something that might refer to an inside joke or something that only I would know about.
Now that you know how to comment, feel free to mock to your heart's content (Josh!)
It doesn't seem right for a photographer to make a blog post without including a picture, so here is one of Amelia that I took last week. She's not nearly the binky fanatic that Lily was, but she does like it when she's getting to sleep.