Category Archives: Kids
Filed under questions you never thought you would ever ask, but then you had kids: “Why is your foot in my ear?” – Me, last night, while sitting in a chair
So we’re having dinner at my step-sister Liz and her husband Ben’s new house. It’s a Sunday, mid-December. My other step-sister Joy is there too, as are my Dad and step-Mom Colette. Joy is her usual funny self, making puns … Continue reading
First off, Amber chose to be an astronaut this year. Yes! And it was all on her own! No prompting or hinting from me, though I was very happy she picked that! Later I asked if Aurora could be an … Continue reading
Sunday, 04/02/17 – After the so long hard day of travel – WE MADE IT – it was hard to get going this morning. Both girls slept in, which Aurora never does past 7:15am. But, she hadn’t had a nap … Continue reading
Finally finished writing up about the Florida trip! Except for the day of travel to get down there…. Anyway, I wrote ALOT, so I’m going to post just one day at a time, today through Thursday. Here was our schedule: … Continue reading
Got my first birthday card yesterday. And that made me happy. Thank you Wendy! Got my second birthday card yesterday in the mail too. Which made me happy enough to be happy with the number of cards I got. Thank … Continue reading
I hope very much for WAY less drama around Amber’s birthday and party this year! We had our sickness induced drama last weekend, so we’re all set, right? No Birthday Party Today, Sep 02, 2013
I was sad to be leaving Massachusetts last Friday. I didn’t want to leave my brother, sister-in-law, and much adorable niece (who had gotten used to me)! *pout* Hey, my brother is a father! Wow!
6,500 points from friend codes found on the leader board and not from meeting the person. Feels kinda like cheating. Hm.
Amber and I are playing the Ann Arbor District Library’s Summer game for 2016. We happened across it while at the Pittsfield Branch returning the telescope. Amber filled out the whole read-10-books game card in under a week (I think … Continue reading