Monthly Archives: May 2012

Bits: Memorial Day Weekend.

This weekend was jam-packed and I loved every second of it! We went to the zoo, the children’s museum, we grilled out, went to a Braves game, had friends over and went to visit the grandparents. We were all seriously … Continue reading

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Five Minutes.

I got Alice out of the bath and checked the clock to see if it was time to feed her. 11:03 a.m. I took Alice to her changing table so I could dry her off, put on her lotion and … Continue reading

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{Almost} Wordless Wednesday.

Sometimes I decide to take a picture of Alice looking like this: And sometimes Tom sees that and decides he’d like to talk to Alice right then so I take a picture that looks like this: And then sometimes Tom … Continue reading

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Up, Up And 16 Feet High.

It all started when I stole some balloons from a child’s birthday party. (As my stories often do.) As I mentioned yesterday, we attended a birthday party in my hometown for my best friend’s son over the weekend. Just before … Continue reading

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Bits: Dylan’s Party Edition.

This weekend Tom and I drove down to my hometown to celebrate the 3rd birthday of the son of one of my best friends in the whole wide world. Got that? I’ve known Hillary since we were about 3 years … Continue reading

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Chasing Honey.

Today I tried to stop Kevin as he walked out the door by saying, “Hey, Honey?” But he didn’t hear me and he closed the door. And that’s when Tom said, “Where’d Honey go?” And I laughed and said, “I … Continue reading

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{Almost} Wordless Wednesday.

He is just looking so grown up to me these days. I don’t know if it’s because he is growing up, or because now seeing him in comparison to his baby sister makes him seem more grown up. But either … Continue reading

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