Monthly Archives: December 2013

Tom’s Preschool Christmas Party and Program.

Tom’s preschool Christmas program and party were held on different days, but I’m combining. First, Tom’s Christmas program was so cute! The 4-year-old class acted out the story of the birth of Jesus, and then the 3-year-old classes — which … Continue reading

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Life University Lights.

You know how I was bummed that we had to miss our Callaway Gardens Fantasy in Lights weekend due to sickness? The thing that was especially bum-ish, was that I wanted to do a lights thing last year, but I … Continue reading

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Snowman Play Doh.

The other day I decided to make some play doh for the kids. I just used a simple recipe, and then added glitter. I told them it was “snowman play doh” and then I made little accessories for it so … Continue reading

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Santa.

So you know how I’ve mentioned in the past that we have these cool friends who know Santa personally? He knows them so well, he comes to their house! And Julie-Ann decks out their basement, and Tony takes the pics, … Continue reading

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Pink Pig Time!

I met up with a group of friends today and we took the kids to the Pink Pig! Our holiday tradition continues! And this was Alice’s first ride — and she did great. Tom LOVED it, of course. It was … Continue reading

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Paint.

When I was a little girl, my mom would create some homemade paint so I could paint myself. My feet were my favorite. And guess what? Alice is totally my child. Aren’t you impressed I put that bib on her … Continue reading

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Reclaiming My Confidence.

When I became a mother, I had no idea what I was doing and I used this blog to document my stupidity. I asked questions, voiced concerns, and was genuinely thrilled when people offered their advice. I was like a … Continue reading

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