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Category Archives: Jack
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
Jack is the type of kid who doesn’t like to do something unless he absolutely 100% knows that he can do it perfectly. I made this realization when he learned to walk. There were no practice steps for him. Every … Continue reading
We’ve been back from our trip to Disney World for 10 days and I’m just now getting around to working on some recaps. What can I say? It’s been insane. We were actually in Disney World for Xander’s birthday. We … Continue reading
It was just over a year ago that Jack had his first wheezing episode. We were quickly introduced to the world of nebulizers and breathing treatments. Over the next eight months, Jack would often wind up wheezing when he would … Continue reading
Jack is a talker. If he’s awake, it’s almost a certainty that he is talking. I used to wonder if he verbalizes ever single thought because he talks THAT MUCH. Jack has pretty much always been a pretty good talker. … Continue reading
Sharing is hard. No one likes to share their favorite toy, or spot on the couch, or snack. When you have a toddler and a preschooler in the same house, you are bound to have sharing battles. One kid sees … Continue reading
This weekend was chock full of busy in our house. It was a good busy and we got a lot accomplished. Here are a few highlights. * I stayed home from work on Friday with a sickish Jack. He had … Continue reading
Over the summer, I wrote about Jack needing breathing treatments. Often when Jack gets a cold and a cough, it turns into wheezing. If you’ve never seen or heard a wheezing kid, be glad. It is so hard to watch … Continue reading
There are things about parenting that terrify me. The first day of kindergarten, first lost tooth (I am NOT squeamish, but this give me the willies), the sex talk, and let’s not even talk about the teen years. Right now … Continue reading