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Friends, I’ve been blogging at this address for nearly three years. I’ve shared a lot with you as I journeyed into motherhood. But as a friend once pointed out, I’m not a mommy blogger, I’m a mommy who blogs. I … Continue reading
I’m currently addicted to turkey rollups. Like, take a piece of turkey add a piece of cheese (currently using muenster) and roll it up. No bread. No mayo. No mustard. Just meat and cheese. Weird, I know. _____ Did you see … Continue reading
Yesterday afternoon I had the opportunity to attend an event for the Yelp Elite. In case you do not know, Yelp Elite are members who write good, often, funny, and/or cool reviews. It’s an invite only kinda thing and I … Continue reading
I just wrote this whole post about yesterday’s match and it disappeared. I hate when that happens!!! Anyway, I’m not rewriting all that crap just to tell you we lost. That’s really all you need to know. Shouts out to … Continue reading
I recently received the Mom Vox Box from Influenster. As you may recall, I received one last year and really appreciate the opportunity to try new things. This box included the following: Stash Tea, Nektar Honey Crystals, Quaker Soft Baked … Continue reading
The dust has settled. The body count has been taken. And now I feel like I can write about what happened without getting all emotional and whatnot. So my mom calls me Monday morning as I was driving to work. … Continue reading
Not a lot to say, post baby-free weekend. It wasn’t nearly as exciting as it probably should have been, but it was good nonetheless. Friday night and most of Sunday were both devoted to tennis. Can you believe I was … Continue reading
How was your Fourth? Mine was great. I mean, as great as a mid-week holiday with oppressive heat and a sick baby can get. The first half of the day was spent like this: In the afternoon, when I started grilling hot … Continue reading