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Carter turned up his nose at the thought of making our own birthday invitations and instead wanted to go to the store and buy some. We found our invitations and were walking past the rack of cards on our way … Continue reading
Today my youngest turned nine. For some reason I can’t quite explain, this birthday seems heavy. Nine is not really very little. It is not that I want my boys to stay little forever, I am proud of them and … Continue reading
Tonight Carter came home from school very excited to show me his Google Docs. Apparently, today was the first day they set up their Google Drive. Carter showed me his drive in which I could see some documents he had … Continue reading
The boys set up a store in our living room this morning to “sell” their snap block creations. Using the tickets they gave me, I purchased three items, then paused and asked, “How much for the cat?” The cat was … Continue reading
Somewhere along the way Husband and I neglected to successfully define and differentiate between the two body washing products used in our house – soap and shampoo. This was only recently discovered, and quite by accident. You see, both boys … Continue reading
In my classroom, we end our day with about ten minutes of a share, telling, or joke. There is a sign-up list the students use to maintain some order in the process. Many of the students lately have gotten into … Continue reading
Today Cody turns 11. It is the first time since his birth that Easter falls on his birthday. The next time this will happen, he will be turning 22. Happy birthday sweet boy. You are amazing! I re-post his birth … Continue reading
“The Cubs are on a roll in the replay of the game!” exclaimed Cody shortly after he had just seen them lose to the Pittsburgh Pirates. I simply shook my head, smiled, and agreed with him.
Tonight this happened. me: It’s double shower night, people! (At our house, ever other night is double shower night. This means that both boys need to shower. Cody is older and participates in P.E. so he is required to shower … Continue reading