Monthly Archives for November 2010
It was a long day for all of us. They tired her out as much as they did me.
Today we’re working on our alphabet, and not so our children can learn how to read. We want to help them make the connection between what goes into their mouths and how their body uses it. Because it’s not enough … Continue reading
My husband returned today from a two-week trial, and while he was gone, I learned I’m not cut out to be a single parent. Because first we got wiped out from a stomach bug, and then our dog came down … Continue reading
*For an update on our home building project, read my debut post, “Can a Home Make Your Marriage Happy?”, on YourTango. It’s almost here, my favorite meal of the year. There’s nothing like comfort food to bring a family together. … Continue reading
On Saturday, we got our first snowfall here, right in time for our neighborhood’s annual chili fest. For close to a week, our children and I’d been cooped up indoors, thanks to a stomach bug, and without Matt here I’d … Continue reading
My husband loves clean lines. On counters. On tables. On night stands. Whereas I could step over a dead body without noticing it, unless he pointed it out. (I know, I am such the guy in this relationship.) So I … Continue reading
Yesterday I met up with my friends Andrea and Nicole for their thoughts on our house plans. Both have built their own homes, with livability tricks like drawers in your laundry room so dirty clothes aren’t stored on your floor. … Continue reading