Monthly Archives: July 2013

Dream Cruising

Sweet little Colin did not want to go to sleep last night. He normally will fall asleep nursing and it may take a couple of attempts to keep him sleeping when I put him in the crib, but most nights, … Continue reading

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You said what?

Why do kids immediately want to talk to you as soon as you are on the phone? I was attempting to have a conversation with my own mom this morning and, all of the sudden, the kids realized I was … Continue reading

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Never a Dull Moment

Last night when I was giving the kids a bath, I had Sully tip his head way back to rinse his hair. He will never keep his head tipped up so I always put a thumb under his chin to … Continue reading

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The Time/Productivity Paradox

The time/productivity paradox is, in essence, the more free time you have, the less shit you get done. I’m not sure if I’m the only person who experiences this, but I’ve known it about myself for quite some time. At … Continue reading

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Fun Times at the Grocery Store

Going to the grocery store on a Sunday is nuts. Going to the grocery store with three kids is nuts. I took three kids dressed like this to the grocery store on a Sunday, so apparently, I’m nuts. I don’t … Continue reading

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The Wedding–A Mother’s Perspective

(I actually wrote this on Sunday, just now publishing) My brother, Derek, married his beautiful bride, Sarah, yesterday. I’m guessing their experience was a whole lot different than mine. Any event that occurs during naptime takes some serious planning for … Continue reading

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I’m on Royal Baby Watch Out!

I was clicking around on abcnews.com last week and I saw an article titled “Royal Baby: How Will Kate Decorate the Baby’s Nursery?” I didn’t read it because 1. I’m still a little mad that Prince William married her and … Continue reading

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