I quite often tell the hubs or my mom about my bloggy friends. I refer to the decorating or shopping tips you give, your hilarious stories or your beautiful kiddos. It is just kindof weird because I talk like we have been BFFs forever. I feel like I know so much about so many of you, and yet, some of you I don't even know your real name or where ... View the Post
Archives for April 2009
Wordful Wednesday – There’s no place like [Mom’s] Home
I love visiting my family in southern GA. It is like going back to a more simple time. Coming from the bustle of California where the backyards are the size of a postage stamp, to the drive to my parents house, I feel a weight lift off my shoulders.This morning, my mom not only made me freshly ground coffee, but she actually roasted it today ... View the Post
One Year Ago today, I was in pain. Pain = Baby.
Right now we are celebrating Cooper's first birthday in Disney World! I just wanted to tell you all about one year ago... Saturday April 26, 2008 at 6 am my water broke. I was 2 weeks over due and had a c-section scheduled for later in the week. I was ecstatic. My mom and baby sister (who is 10 and I delivered her when she was born at home) ... View the Post
Swine Flu is here…and I am scared.
The news of swine flu is running wild! I have to get on a plane with coughing, sneezing people next week before I can get home to my sterile environment. Eek! I want to make a huge poster board to hang around my neck for public appearances in the meantime. It will read:I know my child is adorable, but not touchable.Yes, you can see his lips through ... View the Post
Welcome new niece and motorcycles.
I am a new Auntie! My sister-in-law (husband's sister) had a beautiful baby girl, Gianna Rose on Friday. She was a little peanut at 6lb 15oz. My little man was never that small! We got to come down here to Florida to see her when she was just a couple hours old. Even though the flight was probably the worst in all humanity, we made it, got to sleep ... View the Post
What did you do all day?
This was sent to me by a mom in my Mom's Club, and I thought it was just too hilarious not to share. How true it is.A man came home from work and found his three children outside, still in their pajamas, playing in the mud, with empty food boxes and wrappers strewn all around the front yard. The door of his wife's car was open, as was the front ... View the Post
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