Kindergarten Happens.


Parenting

  School supplies, backpacks, and school forms – we have them all. Obviously, I knew it was coming. And yet… How. Did. This. Happen? In just one week our oldest child will begin kindergarten. And he is so excited. So ready. While we can savor these last few days at home together, Kindergarten is happening – whether I am […]

August 31, 2016

In The Spirit Of These Olympics…BOO?


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I love the Olympics. Especially the summer Olympics. I could watch Olympic swimming all day, every day. Our DVR is already full of every televised event so we can skip commercials and watch every televised event our heart desires. The Olympics is one of the few things on television that I don’t feel the need to preview […]

August 11, 2016

A Letter To Our Son, Who Just Broke His Arm


Parenting, Practice Gratitude

My son, you amaze me. This week you broke your arm jumping off a swing. It is thankfully not a bad break, but painful nonetheless. Always the cautious child, I was surprised the first time you showed me your new swing-jumping skill. I was so proud of you for trying something new, and a little riskier than […]

August 4, 2016