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Author Archives: Amy
So here I am, two weeks removed from my first half marathon. I’ve only run 5 times for a total of 15 miles, but I’m ok with that. I needed a bit of a break from training. It’s been nice … Continue reading
Well, in case you haven’t noticed, I haven’t updated this blog in a REALLY long time. There are a variety of reasons that I won’t go into. They are my reasons and we’ll just leave it at that. Anyway, I’ve … Continue reading
Many moons ago, the husband and I decided that we needed a new couch. We had recently bought our first house and felt we needed something that fit our new living room. We set a budget and headed to the … Continue reading
I’m not really one to follow along with those developmental emails that arrive in my inbox from time to time. I know that my kids will sleep through the night or potty train when they are ready. Sure, they will … Continue reading
I read a decent amount of books. So far this year I have read eight book and I’m almost done with my ninth book. I tend to read a lot of mystery/suspense books, but every once in a while I … Continue reading
Dear Jack, Sometimes I forget that you are only four years old. Sometimes I forget that it’s hard to be you. You are wise beyond your years. You are more articulate than some adults. You are definitely more laid back … Continue reading
Xander is my cuddly child. He loves to sit on your lap, loves to be carried, loves to lay in bed next to you. He often has a “favorite” person that he wants to cuddle with, but that often changes. … Continue reading
For the last couple months there has been this nagging voice in the back of mind. I have been shutting it out. Partly out of denial but mostly laziness. Xander has been showing signs of being ready to potty train. … Continue reading
Jack has asthma. It’s a fact of life. It was a long journey from first episode to diagnosis to treatment plan to being at the point where his asthma is under control. We are FINALLY at the point where I … Continue reading