Monthly Archives: August 2010

Neighborhood watching

A while back, I shared my thoughts about nursing in public here. This morning, I dragged T out of bed at dawn, changed her diaper and strapped her in her car seat for the mad dash to kindergarten drop-off. By … Continue reading

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Fork in the toe-d

I know it’s a bad habit, but for the last … oh, I don’t know. A long time. I’ve found myself eating while standing at the kitchen counter. T is usually either playing on the floor where I can see … Continue reading

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You know how if you compress a spring and then let it go, it has enough momentum to shoot across the room? Beans is a spring. His day was compressing. HE IS BOUNCING OFF THE WALLS. I know there is … Continue reading

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Well, K-day has finally arrived. I might have gotten a little teary this morning as I walked away from Beans’ kindergarten class, but he was as happy as a clam. Today’s first-day drop-off was a far cry easier than the … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday

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De-stress with Dad

Beans and his dad are tight – they talk Mario, superheroes and sports, go to the pool, take walks with our dog, play made-up games, hang out at comic book store, have heart-to-heart chats about who-knows-what, that kind of thing. … Continue reading

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We’ve been busy this week soaking up the last that summer 2010 has to offer – and the last of Beans’ pre-school existence. He starts kindergarten next week, and although I’m doing my best to rah-rah the experience for him, … Continue reading

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