Monthly Archives: November 2011

{Almost} Wordless Wednesday.

Tom made this yesterday. But the thing that makes this masterpiece SO special? While he was painting it, he said “rainbow.” He painted a rainbow. Isn’t it the most beautiful rainbow you’ve ever seen?! I love it.

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Bits: Disney World Edition.

Hey! I’ve missed you! Does that seem weird? Well, sorry. Now you know: I’m weird. So…where have I been? My in-laws were totally generous and kind and took us to Disney World during Thanksgiving week. I know! Here’s how it … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving!

I’m taking the week off from blogging, but I wanted to tell you all how thankful I am to have you guys as blog readers and friends! LOVE you and hope y’all have a wonderful and very Happy Thanksgiving! Tom … Continue reading

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Tom is at an age where it seems he is trying or accomplishing 10 new things a week. I guess he’s been at an age like that since birth, but it seems more obvious these days. He’s had a shape … Continue reading

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{Almost} Wordless Wednesday.

Tom is lucky enough to have three great-grandmothers in his life. Tom and Gigi. Tom and Grammy. Tom and LaLa. And I just love that for him! And for us to be able to watch him interact with them. It’s … Continue reading

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Tom likes to play a new game called “Buttons.” How do you play buttons? Rules: 1. You ask me to give you my ginormous jar of buttons by saying, “Buttons! Buttons! Buttons!” 2. I get you my buttons, and a … Continue reading

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Bits: Fall Leaves Edition.

This weekend was a beautiful weekend to play in the fall leaves! If you live here, I’m sure you agree. I know Tom agreed. Here’s how it looked… Runnin’! Tom loves the leaves and usually asks to go outside to … Continue reading

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