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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Carter is the worst. He can sit for half an hour, easy, requesting book after book from his book nook. His book nook is one of those three by three cubic storage shelf units for books and baskets. I have … Continue reading
We came across this during an afternoon stroll in the woods. I do not usually condone graffiti but this is nice. And in case you were wondering it is written in chalk.
The sun in the Pacific Northwest has been a fickle creature this summer. Temperatures have been on the cool side. Clouds and Rain menacingly make their presence known like a couple of gangsters flicking their switchblades open and closed in … Continue reading
The boys and I had just finished reading back to back Curious George stories this morning when Delilah (the-cat-who-is-not-our-cat) came in. Flap, flap, flap went the plastic doggie door flap, a trick she has just learned. I looked up and … Continue reading
As some of you may know, I started working out using the Xbox/Kinect Your Shape workout program a few months ago. After a minor toe injury (what I lovingly refer to as my Xbox Toe) and a bit more of … Continue reading
Cody found the Neurodevelopment doctors appointment to be very, very, boring. Carter loved the (free and volunteer run) sibling playroom at the hospital and it was so much easier for us to engage with the doctor having just Cody with … Continue reading
July. It is that time of year again when the appointments I made months ago rear their ugly heads on the kitchen calendar (yes, I am old school and still use a wall calendar for keeping track of my life.) … Continue reading
A week or two ago Husband installed a shelf above each of the boys beds; a shelf for them to store their childhood treasures upon. Cody’s shelf: stuffed Rooster given to him by some nice radiology technician at Children’s Hospital … Continue reading