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Monthly Archives: October 2011
When Jack was about 8 or 9 weeks old we started a bedtime routine with him. At first it started out more for us than for him. I was feeling very scattered at night and felt like *I* needed some … Continue reading
Since posting Xander’s birth story, I have had a few people ask me some questions. For the most part, I answered them individually, but I think it’s a good idea to address them here as well. So over the coming … Continue reading
If there is one thing to know about Jack, it’s that he is a rule follower. Sure he tries to bend the rules, but he rarely out and out breaks a rule. For the longest time, Jack wasn’t allowed on … Continue reading
It’s a well known fact that I have small babies. Small babies who continue to stay small, but are very healthy. Jack was 5 lbs 12 oz when he was born three days before his due date and because his … Continue reading
One of my favorite parts about being a mom is truly getting to know my boys. Not long ago they were these tiny creatures who did nothing but eat, sleep and poop. Now they are growing into little people. I … Continue reading
I know you are out there. Yes, you. You know that chocolate chip cookie dough dip is my “thing”. And for months you’ve been waiting. Hopefully waiting patiently. It’s ok, I know this is why you are here. Sure my … Continue reading
Every weekday morning the whole house gets up, gets dressed, and has breakfast. Then the boys get loaded into my husband’s car. I give them kisses and tell them that I’ll see them after school. I hop into my car … Continue reading
Have you ever read a book that you just know you will read over and over again? Yeah, me too. I read a lot of books and every once in a while, I come across on of those books that … Continue reading
Almost two months ago I wrote about wanting to lose weight. I had gained some weight after returning to work when my maternity leave was over. Although the number on the scale was a motivating factor, I was unhappy with … Continue reading