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Category Archives: Motherhood
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
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
This weekend was tops! Well, if you were my kid, that’s what you’d say. If you were me you’d say something more along the lines of “this weekend wore me the hell out!” Friday I took baby to tennis practice … Continue reading
Would you implant into your child a device that could locate them (like a chip in a dog)? Let’s say the chip was put in their arm or a tooth?
Note: This post does not include photos. You will thank me later. Yesterday, after returning home from a delightful lunch with the world traveler known as DiscoDiva, I was delighted to put Regan down for a nap so I could … Continue reading
This morning I planned to talk to the director at the school but she wasn’t around. So, when I got to work, I very kindly sent an email: Dear School- I wanted to express my thoughts about the ice cream … Continue reading
I hate stuffed animals. I really do. Unfortunately stuffed animals are a prerequisite for having a child. I mean, how can you not let your Mickey obsessed child have her very own Mickey doll? The other day I gathered all … Continue reading
This year for Regan’s birthday, I decided to do something low key at the house. I wanted to incorporate water since that is her favorite thing in the world, so I decided on a backyard splash theme. I bought a … Continue reading
“Vision of Love” came on this morning and I sang along as I always do cause I think I can sing like Mariah. Anyway, all of the sudden I got all verklempt listening to the lyrics. They perfectly express how … Continue reading