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Monthly Archives: June 2011
Last week (Thursday to be specific), we took Xander for his nine month well-baby visit. His doctor gave him a clean bill of health. It didn’t last long. Remember this post? About a week after screaming in the middle of … Continue reading
If you haven’t checked out Pinterest yet, you really should. It’s a great place for wasting time and gathering ideas (if you need an invite, let me know). I know some people use it to get home improvement ideas, well … Continue reading
You know how, no matter where you live, there is always that one thing that you have always wanted to do, but you just have never been able to do it? For me it’s always been the Just Ducky Tour, … Continue reading
Nine months already? That’s 3/4 of a year! Can you believe that I’ve already started planning (and by plan, I mean I’ve picked a date) a birthday party for this little man? Yesterday was Xander’s nine month well baby visit. … Continue reading
On Sunday night I was catching up on a few blogs that I hadn’t read in a while. On a blog that I occasionally read, there was a request for personal “unnecessary” c-sections experiences. The author intends to have guest bloggers who … Continue reading
At 3:00 in the morning on Saturday I woke Jack and asked if he wanted to go on vacation the to beach. He replied “Bacation? YES!” We loaded all of our stuff and a couple stowaways (ok, fine not stowaways, … Continue reading
After a 5 days of fun in the sun, yesterday morning we packed everything and everyone up and headed home. We had always planned on coming home on Thursday, but I had been questioning the decision because Jack was having … Continue reading
Tomorrow will be eight years. Eight years since we gathered 13 of our closest family and friends and flew to Florida. Eight years since one of the best days of my life. Eight years since my husband and I vowed … Continue reading
When I was in the hospital after having Xander, a lactation consultant came into my room. After she introduced herself, she immediately said that Xander must not be my first child. I replied that he was my second baby and … Continue reading