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Category Archives: Home + Family
Eight years ago today, this is what I was doing (and four years ago today, I blogged about it at my old place. Click over to see that birthday post!): Dear Abby & Izzy, On this day eight years … Continue reading
As of this writing, little Miss Piper is sleeping in her crib upstairs. She has a hearing test in the morning and this mama’s a little anxious. For those of you here for the first time, Piper turned two on … Continue reading
Many of you know Jill Smokler, a.k.a. Scary Mommy. If you don’t, head over to her blog and Scary Mommy Nation. She’s a mom, a mover and a shaker, and with her large, loyal following, she’s a force to be reckoned with. … Continue reading
I’m seeing double today — linking up with two weekly hotspots: #iPPP & #JustWrite. Cheers to the hostesses of iPPP, Greta & Sarah, and to Heather of Just Write. Sometimes the days get so busy they fall into one another … Continue reading
This is my first time participating with The Sunday Spill & G*Funkified’s iPPP meme. I love looking at their photos because they’re ridiculously talented behind the camera (or iPhone, as it were). I, on the other hand, am not. … Continue reading
This is what we woke up to this morning in Kansas City. I love it, it’s beautiful, I just hope we won’t lose power with the … Continue reading
Every weekday it’s the same. I sit with them at the kitchen table. Papers and crumbs strewn about, an open box of pencils, half with erasers worn all the way down. One girl sits on her bottom, biting her lip, … Continue reading
Recently I had the good fortune of happening upon a site called Girls Crochet Headbands. My husband, however, after looking at our bank statement, might … Continue reading