Never Trust a Wasp

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My oldest bundle of preciousness apparently inherited my near-sightedness. After school on Friday, the two of us went to pick up her new spiffy frames at the eye doctor, two miles away. She called our return time as we walked out the door, saying to my husband, “See you in 20 minutes!” Our eye doctor […]

(un)prepared for the next stage

My empty, quiet home.

Since my oldest daughter was born nine (almost nine and a half) years ago, I really haven’t had an abundance of child-free time. Now that I think about it, even before she was born my life was pretty kid-centric; in the years before she joined our family I worked at preschools, first in Miami and […]

What Type of Parent Are You in the Morning? {giveaway from Seattle’s Best Coffee}

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So my kids have gone back to school. I would love to share with you that I am absolutely on top of my game with breakfast and packed lunches and getting to the bus stop on time. In fact, I CAN share that with you. That IS what has happened so far this school year. […]

Summer Break 2015: This is The End

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Monday my world will change forever. I will have two — TWO — children in elementary school. I can’t decide whether to laugh or cry.  I love being a mom. I have great kids. BUT. They make me tired. I love them so much that I want to give them everything I can. Everything I […]

When Health & Nutrition Are Easy

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This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #100MillionReasons #CollectiveBias The week we returned from our beach vacation in Florida, I took my 5 year-old to the doctor for a cough. The cough started while we were in Florida and seemed to get worse during our vacation. […]