Kids. They keep you on your toes, don't they? Lee is in a little phase right now where he is afraid of everything. He heard a sound in the bathroom last night and wouldn't go in until D went and checked it out. He randomly tells me that there are monsters in his closet, behind … Continue reading One-man swat team
"I have another friend who has a Video Blog and she did a decade roundup, you should do one of those!" said my only friend who gives me blog post ideas. I mean, I don't remember what I had for lunch yesterday, but sure, let's see how this goes. 2010: Junior in high school, I … Continue reading Decade Roundup
We have a three year old! Lee turned three on Saturday. This is a fact. This is a fact that I did not accept until a few days later. How could he be three? How is that possible? My little nugget. The itty bitty seven pound and thirteen ounce baby man I met on a … Continue reading Ladies and Gentlemen..
Mom brain. You hear about it. You make fun of your fellow moms about it. But then.. then, it happens to you. D was duck hunting this morning, so Lee and I were on our own getting the household up and running. Lee joined us in our bed pretty early this morning. He is starting … Continue reading Mom brain on a Thursday
We need to give Dads more credit. The good Dads. The hands on Dads. The Dads who get in there and change the diaper. The Dads who nudge you out of the way and take over the dishes. I was standing in the front hallway of the kids daycare this morning, quite possibly asleep on … Continue reading Let's hear it for the Dads
We had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Actually, we had a wonderful Thanksgiving week. Here are a few of the highlights: 1. New carseats!! Lee got a new carseat and Evie inherited Lee's old carseat in each vehicle. We had quite the operation going on. Also, on the same day, we had gravel delivered and D made … Continue reading Thanksgiving Week in review
I was "that mom" this morning. I was the mom in the Daycare parking lot trying to teach her kid a lesson. You see, Lee has this new thing that he likes to do... not listen to me in public. Like this morning, when I got him out of his carseat, I told him to … Continue reading Parking lot panic