Monthly Archives: May 2012

Braver than you may think

You know when you get to the point where you think you know your kids really, really well? So well that you can almost anticipate what their responses will be like to certain situations? The type of knowing where you can almost … Continue reading

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Little white dresses and the blink of an eye

It has been a week since Zoe’s First Communion and I am still thinking about three little girls in white dresses. It seems like only a blink of an eye ago that it was a white baptismal gown she was … Continue reading

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Milestone

After the Brunch, all attention turned to the First Communion, or the “FC” as Zoe kept calling it. Zoe has been waiting for this moment for years. Ever since Madeline had her First Communion two years ago, she has been counting down … Continue reading

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Keeping up with the Joneses (or should I say Marthas)

Then there was Brunch. Ah, Brunch. I love to hate you when I’m stressed out the wazoo in the days leading up to you. My children get tired of hearing about you and the laundry list of things that need … Continue reading

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Time to play catch (up)

Apparently, a day of being Ferris Bueller turned into a few weeks away from blogging. Sorry about that. I’ll try to catch you up on what has happened in the next few posts. To start with, our day at the Indians … Continue reading

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Playing hooky

Waiver day. That’s what they call it around here – waiver day. I call it the, “What do you mean you don’t have school on Monday”-day. I don’t remember having waiver days when I was little. Did we? Of course, … Continue reading

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Days go by

It has officially been one year. One year of country living. One year of grocery stores being more than two miles away. One year of rubber barn boots being the shoe of choice over cute high heels. One year of … Continue reading

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