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Tag Archives: Kids
My MIL is coming tomorrow to spend Christmas with us. I am one of the lucky people who actually love their MIL, but it never hurts to tidy up the house just a bit more than I normally would. My … Continue reading
Yesterday the boys begrudgingly put away their moderately folded laundry. The laundry folding station happens to be on Husband and my bed (an artifact from the not long ago past of when I folded their clothes for them.) As they … Continue reading
As I wandered through the kitchen, bags under my eyes, wearing my old, tattered, flannel pajamas and my new cozy, purple llama socks, a dog food dish in my hand, I heard Cody ask Husband what the word sexy meant. … Continue reading
I was the only member of Casa de Shoes on the Wrong Feet that wore long pants and a sweater as we walked around our local nursery searching for the perfect Christmas tree. It was sunny and in the high … Continue reading
On the first day of December my true love gave to me… This year, we bought the boys Star Wars Lego advent calendars. This morning they were excited to open the first door and piece together the mini Lego creation, … Continue reading
I’ll take a slice, but hold the Tin, please.
Brunch is a great way to start any Sunday. A place where you can take your dog for brunch – even better!
Cody: How do you make it spawn a new page? I showed Cody how to open up a new blank document in Word and left him to continue his school work. His question had me laughing on the inside but … Continue reading
“Stop!” The command came from Carter who was fast asleep in his tent. (He has been indoor camping in the bedroom he shares with his brother for several weeks now in a pop-up tent.) The loud command woke me up. … Continue reading