There are a lot of things I could say about Sander at eight months, but here are the top eight that come to mind: He is well on his way to growing up to be Keep Reading
I love Thanksgiving. I love the turkey, the pies, the mashed potatoes, the leftovers for days. I love sitting around a dinner table with all my best friends or closest family and talking and laughing Keep Reading
I’m sick of Black Friday. I’m sick of the sales. I’m sick of standing in line to buy yet another thing. I’m sick of feeling pressured to shop, to take advantage of the “low” prices, to Keep Reading
We’ve lived in this apartment for over a year. I meant to post pictures of it forever ago, buuuut I found I was pregnant the day we moved in here, and pregnancy just forced everything Keep Reading
For some reason, the people at NaNoWriMo didn’t contact me to write one of their official pep talks (something about not actually having published a novel yet, or some other silly thing like that, I’m Keep Reading
You guys. This book was such a surprise. I checked it out from the library (side note: I have a library card again!! My brother-in-law Brad (aka my new favorite library pal) got a card at Keep Reading
Not in a very welcoming mood, I see.
Getting to see Sander’s first smile of the day as I go get him from his crib. Having someone to keep me company through my whole day, even if he’s not yet a stellar conversationalist. Keep Reading
These people have really had it with children. ???
Terry and I were talking the other day about having what might be termed a “food experience.” Those moments when whatever you’re eating rips you out of whatever you’re doing and demands that you focus fully Keep Reading