I attended the amazing wedding of Melinda Mraz and Matthew Barber in September on Southport Island, Maine. It was great to see Sean ’00 and Becca Bischoff Luoma before their son Colton Luoma arrived Nov. 17. * Writer Becky Munsterer has been working on her dream project, a literary website called Novel Nibble. It’s a one-page-per-day ongoing novel that she’s publishing serially at www.novelnibble.com. * Rob Webb and wife Amy welcomed a baby boy, Will. * Evan Reece and wife Annie are expecting a baby in April. * Kirsten Isaksen Benjamin and husband Jay had their second girl, Isobel Chase, Feb. 8. * Jodi Dakin Loughlin and husband Mark’s baby girl, Page Frances, was also born Feb. 8. * Mat Solso and wife Kim had their second daughter, Emerson Louise (Emmy Lou according to their 3-year-old, Maddy) May 16. * Heather and Kelly Falsani welcomed Lucille “Lucy” Francis to their family Feb. 1. * Bill Getty and wife Molly welcomed twin boys, Gray and Hunter, Jan. 21. * Eric Lantzman reported that winter was great and that daughter Anabel got on skis for the first time. * Julia Drees, husband Erin, and daughter Claire, welcomed baby Jack on Jan. 31. They live in Berkeley. * Karin Felmly Ney welcomed her second little boy, Easton, July 15. Big brother Crosby is 3. * Melanie Morin and husband Robert Small are living in Ky. and expecting their first child, a boy, in early June. * Lauren Schaad is keeping busy in Boston. She is executive recruiting with Korn/Ferry International, studying French at the Alliance Française, and just launched her adventure travel website laurenschaad.com, with a segment on traveling with food allergies. * John “JC” and Sarah Rundquist Reeves are loving the sunsets from their new house in the hills of Oakland, Calif. JC is a financial analyst for Wind River, a software company, and Sarah works at a residential architecture firm in San Francisco. * Wynter Stinchfield Courmont and husband Virgile had their first baby, Simon Baxter, Aug. 3. Wynter returned to work at Diversified Business Communications in Portland, Maine, and accepted a new position as sales manager for the Seafood Barcelona Tradeshow. * Michelle Farrell finished her Ph.D. in Spanish and Portuguese at Georgetown and is teaching at U.Penn in Philadelphia. * Jen Hallee got married Sept. 10 to Katherine Little. Jen has a new job as executive director for Calling All Crows, a small nonprofit in Boston that partners with musicians and fans to create change through hands-on service and activism. Recent projects include Dispatch, State Radio, and Chad Stokes and the Pintos (callingallcrows.org). * Caroline Rosch received her M.P.A. from Rutgers and started The Good Life Coach to provide personal coaching for those who want or need a unique professional path. The best part, she says, is hiring friends, including Erin Whelan Sampson ’99. She’s had encouragement and input from the musically-minded Sally Hall Bell ’02, who is also creating a new business from the ground up. * Rob Painter finished a Ph.D. in linguistics at SUNY Buffalo and teaches Latin and German at D’Youville College in Buffalo. He and Anna Randall Painter will celebrate their 10th anniversary this year. Anna is teaching second grade in Buffalo. They have been in contact with Richard Hallquist, who is going back to school for an M.B.A., and Katie Stimac Mendelson, who just had her first baby. * Hannah Smith Harrison illustrated a picture book, Just Like You. All profits go to charities that benefit children with special needs (www.justlikeyoufoundation.org). Actress Dot Marie Jones (from Glee) is a spokesperson for the book! * Fred Floberg and his wife bought a house in South Portland, Maine. Fred is a firefighter/paramedic for the South Portland Fire Department, became a SWAT medic on the Southern Maine Regional SWAT Team, and is an instructor in the EMT and paramedic program at Southern Maine Community College.