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Tag Archives: twins
I didn’t plan to launch into a discussion about Hitler and Nazi Germany. Last month I read an article about the actress who plays the role of Liesel Meminger, Sophie Nelisse. Her performance in the film belies her age (13 … Continue reading
I’ve seen a lot of people sharing their reverse bucket lists lately. Which is a nice idea since it helps you realize how much you’ve accomplished instead of emphasizing how many things remain on your to-do list. Frankly, I could … Continue reading
Act I, Scene I: Our kitchen. Backpacks, papers, folders, and lunch boxes are everywhere. We’ve been home from school for approximately 26 minutes. “Mommy, I’m done, can you please sign my homework?” Abby asks. “I wanna play outside.” “Yeah, just … Continue reading
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
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
Today’s (completely) optional prompt: Blessings Join me and link up over at Jana’s place! I’m surrounded by blessings every day: my in-vitro twinkies and my third surprise/ miracle baby. I’m blessed to have my husband, who’s stood by and supported … Continue reading
With the Gay Dad Project fundraising frenzy in full swing, I decided it was the appropriate time to teach my seven-year-old twin girls the word “gay.” I’ve never used the term with them because my dad and his husband have … Continue reading