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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Wednesday night after dinner we ventured outside for some softball, bubbles and running around. As we were headed out, I noticed that Jack had a bit of a cough. I cursed myself for running out of his OTC allergy medicine … Continue reading
Mother’s Intuition is an interesting thing. How is it that I know the exact second that Jack is going to try and open the Xbox? Or how do I know that Xander will learn to crawl when we are on … Continue reading
I’m sure that every child will one day lament over their place in the birth order. The oldest likely complains that their parents were the most strict with them, the middle child complains that they don’t get as much attention … Continue reading
You’ve been waiting for this right? Xander’s birth story. I should probably apologize for how long it will be, but I’m not going to. It is what it is. What I will say is that this post will purely be … Continue reading
Xander is a very happy little man, but few things get a reaction like this from him: What could possibly cause this kind of happiness? Oh, right. This. I absolutely adore watching them play together.
Ok, so I promised a good, bad, what I learned kind of post when I wrote Jack’s birth story. I’m itching to put the finishing touches on Xander’s birth story so I better get this post out of the way. … Continue reading
I’ve never been an overly emotional person. Sure I always cry at the end of Steel Magnolias (what? shut up, it’s a good chick flick) and I turn the channel when the Humane Society commercial come on because I can’t … Continue reading
For about a week, I’ve been thinking of writing a post about Jack and his verbal skills. I’ve actually written part of it, well, in my head. Then just like any other little brother trying to steal the limelight from … Continue reading
On Saturday, I loaded the kids up and headed out to get Xander’s nine month blood work done. I took the kids to the lab that I swear we’ve been to on a Saturday before. It was, of course closed. … Continue reading