Monthly Archives: November 2014

When your FB page doesn’t die when you do…

Today would have been my mother’s birthday. She would have been 61 today. It’s funny because when she was alive, I could never remember if her birthday was on the 23rd or 24th. There were many years that she got … Continue reading

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Moderation is not my friend: Why sugar is my devil.

Moderation is not my friend. I am an all or nothing kind of lady. Especially when it comes to sugary deliciousness. But I want to live long enough to be able to force feed my grandchildren Pixie Stix before sending … Continue reading

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Envelope Love

Admire all the effort our 6 year old put into this envelope decoration. Notice the depiction of hubby and I’s wedding. And the wedding cake, lemon and raspberry of course, in which hubby and I also stand atop. If all … Continue reading

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Things That Make You Happy, For 500, Alex.

Now that I am back to work full-time, the time I get to spend with the kids has an increased value to me. My hubby, who is now the stay-at-home extraordinaire, does an amazing job of making sure dinner is … Continue reading

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Awkward Questions

November is Adoption Awareness month and in our family where two of our three kids are adopted, I have a plethora of stories to tell about our adoption journey. Some of our stories will break your heart and some will … Continue reading

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What I Learned on Mat Leave

Alternate Title: You Won’t Believe What This Woman Learned! #7 Will Shock You! Three weeks ago I put on my heels and makeup and headed back to work after being home with my 2 baby daughters (8 months apart) and … Continue reading

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An Open Love Letter to Galen Weston

Dear Galen, I need you to know how you have grown in my heart. When you first started showing up in commercials with your baby face and pastel sweaters, I thought you were in direct conflict with the reality of … Continue reading

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