Monthly Archives: February 2013

I Can Admit When I Am Wrong.

My husband does at least his fair share around this house. He has the kiddies on his own on Mondays and Wednesdays when I work late. He’s home with them for 3 to 4 hours before I get home from … Continue reading

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An Ordinary Wednesday

I usually post the funny things my kids say as Facebook statuses, but this is too long for Facebook. I was attempting to get ready for work. Brady was upstairs in my bedroom, watching tv. “Mom, mom! Hurry up, you’ve … Continue reading

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The Fast Lane

So there’s been something that has been bothering me for awhile now. I grocery shop once a week and I usually have an overflowing cart. By the time I’m done shopping, I’m too lazy to walk further than the first … Continue reading

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Mother Error

I got to my sister-in-law’s this morning and unloaded the kids from the van. We had parked across the street. Brady waited by the side of the van until I told him to cross. He ran across the street and … Continue reading

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The Long and Winding Road

I met Mark when I was 8. I had just finished third grade and Mark had just graduated high school. If you think that’s creepy, well, everyone does. My family had moved into the house on Garfield, across the street … Continue reading

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Squeezed in the Middle

When there were only two little guys in my life, I would talk to people about potentially having a third child. More than once, people advised me against doing so because then I would create a middle child. I kind … Continue reading

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I’ve become….my sister?

Many years ago, when I was young(er) and before I was married with kids, I went to my sister’s and babysat her three boys for several days while she and her husband went to Las Vegas for their anniversary. The … Continue reading

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