I would like to thank all 16 of you who voted in my little “name my new blog” poll. Seriously. I expected much less, so I was pleasantly surprised.
The results are in. Taking a whopping 50% of the vote: ‘Make Way For Geeklings’ was the clear winner.
Too bad I won’t be using . . . → Read More: The Results are IN.
A few days ago I was talking about the girls’ names. Basically how we didn’t intentionally plan on having them both end in “IA” but they just so happened to be the names we liked. Now we’ve pretty much decided that if we have a third girl, she will need to have a name . . . → Read More: Names
Since I now have two sick kids, today’s post will be a short one.
This weekend, Bill was making Sophia a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, she’s been going through a “peanut butter only” phase, but in recent weeks she has requested jelly as well. Since Bill was unsure he asked her “Soph, do . . . → Read More: The darndest things…
Here are my outtakes from my Project365 for the week. If you missed last week’s post or just want to know what I’m doing, read this.
I totally stole Amy’s idea/format, because it is a good one.
Day 8: By the time I had gotten myself together enough . . . → Read More: Project365: The Outtakes (Days 8-14)
Yesterday we were given a very awesome, VIP tour of a major animation studio that happens to be housed in our city. One of the moms on our parent committee used to work there and her husband still does, so she arranged for the committee members (and our kids) to go on a tour. . . . → Read More: A place which must not be named…
Chances are, if you have little children, every now and again you will have a funky smell in your house.
Sometimes, it’s a piece of food that fell from the table and lodged itself away from your view. Or maybe a diaper you forgot about for a few hours when your older kid runs . . . → Read More: How NOT to make cheese
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I sometimes feel I use this space a little too much for the complaining. It’s a good space for me to do that, it is a way to vent when the kids are screaming, non-eating, little defiant children. BUT they are also these amazing, wonderful little humans and I am proud to be their . . . → Read More: This is the post where I take the time to brag
Back in November, I wrote about the squealing. Well, the squealing has morphed into a nasty, two-headed beast, called the SCREAM.
Now, in all honesty, Sophia can be a bit of a drama queen. She has the flouncy sigh down to an art form. It is quite amusing for the most part. On the . . . → Read More: The screaming. THE SCREAMING!
Since yesterday’s post was a bit more serious than usual, I’ve decided to make today’s light and fun.
Here are five things I like this week.
Almonds I’m doing P90X and have been craving protein, so I bought about a half a pound at the grocery store earlier this week and I’ve eaten every . . . → Read More: Five things I like this week