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Monthly Archives: December 2012
Dear 2013, We do not know each other yet, as you have not come around to say hello, so I thought I would write you this brief letter by way of introduction. I know that people have great expectations for … Continue reading
At 11:16 this morning there was a storm in our living room. Unlike a typical electrical storm where lightening is first seen and then the thunder rattles around, the type of storm that occurred in our living room had thunder … Continue reading
I am sure that those of you that put up a Christmas tree have already done so, but I thought I would share with you how we do it at Casa de Wrong Feet. Step one: Test the camera. Set … Continue reading
Because I can’t seem to actually take a break from blogging like I told you I would, I thought I would share with you a few happy random moments from the past couple of days. Carter continues to wow us … Continue reading
Family, friends, holidays, love, smiles, being together. We have been celebrating the little things that are not all that little. I hope you are too.
It started with a text. Husband: Good god…give Carter an extra hug for me…wish it was 3:30… (we are meeting with Cody’s teacher and OT at the school today at 3:30.) I did not understand and said so. I had … Continue reading
I have never been one to play children’s music in the car. At home we have several kids CDs and a Pandora station titled Cody & Carter’s Music where Raffi and Laurie Berkner rule supreme. But when it comes to … Continue reading
It has been a busy week. We bundled up and went downtown to watch Santa arrive on a fire truck to flip the switch on our town’s Christmas tree. And the cat napped on. We went to a Christmas tree … Continue reading