Monthly Archives: April 2011

Wordless Wednesday – Bubble fun

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The back story

Both of my children are questioners. They start the first thing in the morning and don’t let up until they go to sleep. Both, in fact, have been known to lie in bed and ask many a question to themselves, … Continue reading

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A peek at Easter

As I did with Thanksgiving and Christmas last year, I chronicled Easter Sunday in the Hutch in twelve photos, taken roughly on the hour. This fun challenge is thanks to Missfish, from http://www.quietfish.com/notebook/. I have to say that I love … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday – Recent 365 faves

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A dash of confidence

One of the things that we have tried to foster in our children is a positive self image and a healthy dose of self confidence.  Most days I think that we are doing a decent job.  Neither of them is … Continue reading

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Is this really appropriate?

We buy a lot of secondhand everything for the littles. Usually what happens is I bring the stuff home and sort it. Stuff that can be used now gets put into circulation, and anything that is too big or to … Continue reading

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Wordless wednesday – little feet

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Back to my zombie ways

In the last week or so I started noticing some chatter on Twitter about being a “zombie mom”. I have been there and remember it well, that haze that surrounds a new parent, where sleep is a luxery that most … Continue reading

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My mother in law is making me look bad

I like to joke around about my mother-in-law as much as the next person, but for the most part, she’s pretty awesome. Take this week for example… Willy’s away, so she dropped everything and hopped on the train to come … Continue reading

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Holding on

I have never been the type of parent who lamented the fact that my children were growing and changing. I was never sad to see them move into the next size of clothing, didn’t wish that they would stay dependent for a … Continue reading

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