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Monthly Archives: September 2011
Yes, this is a potty post. If it’s not your cup of tea, I recommend coming back on Sunday when I’ll post my letter to Jack on his 3rd(!!!) birthday. Otherwise, keep reading cause I (and by I, I mean … Continue reading
Do you remember your school lunches? I remember chicken nugget day being a fan favorite. I also remember how excited the school was when we started having Pizza Hut once a month. I remember my first day of high school … Continue reading
Sunday we had Xander’s 1st Birthday Party. I generally try to do low-key birthday parties. And by low-key, I mean about 20 people crammed into my house watching the boys play and eat. I really wish I had taken pictures … Continue reading
Xander, I can’t believe that it’s your first birthday already. I know every mom says it, but in some ways it truly does feel like I just brought you home from the hospital. It was just yesterday that you were … Continue reading
Sometimes I worry that people think I’m crazy. I mean, I know I’m a little crazy, but sometimes something happens that makes me really worry. You know, times where something happens and you just wish you had a witness or … Continue reading
Remember when I posted Xander’s birth story and promised a follow up with what I learned? Yeah, I didn’t forget, I just have so much to say and honestly didn’t really know where to start. Before I had Jack, I … Continue reading
It’s right around the corner. I can feel it. The crispness in the air is beginning to creep in and the weather forecast is confirming it. Fall is almost here. Fall is my favorite season by far. Cool, crisp air, … Continue reading
Before Jack was born, my husband bought me a nice DSLR camera. He bought it with the condition that I wouldn’t take Jack to have his pictures taken professionally every 2.8746 minutes. In almost three years, I’ve stuck to my … Continue reading
Since Jack was about a year old I have been looking forward to something. Something fabulous. Something that would allow me a little bit of freedom. I have been looking forward to him being potty trained and Daddy taking him … Continue reading