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Monthly Archives: April 2011
It’s been a long week of sick kids, a sleepless night or two, and a rough end to the Pens season. Fortunately the kids are both doing much better, although Jack didn’t go to daycare at all this week. I … Continue reading
Easter weekend. The unofficial start to spring. I had such grand plans for our little family. Easter egg dyeing on Friday afternoon, spending the day with my in-laws on Saturday. The visit was to include an Easter Egg hunt and … Continue reading
Xander turned 7 months old on Saturday. Seven months. I can’t believe it. In just a few short months we will be celebrating his first birthday. Xanny has been growing like a weed. He’s up to 27 inches and 16lbs … Continue reading
I like strawberries. A lot. I also like cheesecake. A lot. Together the two are absolutely sinful. But you wanna know a secret? Even though I like cheesecake (a lot) I can rarely eat an entire piece. It’s just too … Continue reading
The quality is terrible, but this picture makes my heart melt.
Last week Michelle had a post about the tough questions kids ask. Oddly enough, I’ve had this post drafted for a few weeks, but hadn’t yet been able to bring myself to hit that publish button. Here goes nothing. If … Continue reading
Dyeing Easter Eggs. Ah, what fond memories I have of dyeing Easter Eggs as a child. Newspaper spread out on the dining room table. Gathering all the old coffee mugs. Dropping the color tablets in the cup and watching them … Continue reading
I previously mentioned that I was forced to find a new doctor for myself. We also recently found ourselves in search of a new pediatrician. The difference being that we weren’t searching for a new doctor for the boys because … Continue reading
“How is it having two?” This is probably the question that I get the most. Well, it’s the most asked question after the “Are you getting any sleep?” question that everyone asks when you have a newborn. Any time I’m … Continue reading