In case you missed my onslaught of blurry pictures, Even Steven and I celebrated our 10-year wedding anniversary a couple of weeks ago. (You can see the pictures here.)
While I never really thought about what my life would be like 10 years after we got married, I had certainly imagined our 10-yea
Simon is 16 months old.
He’s happy and wild and busy. He’s climbing and walking and running and doing his very best to keep up with Miles and Alice.
He thinks he’s such a big boy – but to me – he’s still such a baby.
I rock him to bed at night. I sing him songs in the morning. He’s my s
Ever since Alice’s pretend friend in the bathroom started wiping her bottom, I figured I should spend a little extra time with her to teach her the art of wiping.
We’re making progress.
She uses a reasonable amount of toilet paper.
She knows what direction she’s supposed to wipe.
One of the first things we did this summer was spend a morning building a village out of masking tape.
We created a bakery, a truck garage, a hospital, a grocery store, a school – and of course – a landfill.
It took us hours.
Everyone pitched in. I laid the masking tape.
I pee in the pool.
I pee in the ocean.
I pee in lakes and ponds
And I LOVE peeing in hot tubs.
So why do my kids insist on NOT peeing in water?
It’s one of the greatest parts of summer, yet my kids consistently have me schlepping three wet bodies out of the pool, lugging a stroller, t
Well, I declared my love for Tori Spelling, but unfortunately, I think we have to break up.
Did you see her in her maternity swimsuit this week?
(Photo courtesy of people.com)
Let’s recap here:
She has a 5-year-old, a 3-year-old, a 7-month-old
She’s at least 5 months pregnant
Simon and I took a trip to Florida a few months ago to visit my brother and his family. We had a wonderful time.
My trashy sister-in-law treated me like royalty – and it was so sweet to spend time with my adorable nephews! (Aren’t they so cute?)
What wasn’t sweet, was flying with Simon. Fi
As you may remember, my oldest son Miles is obsessed with trash.
He loves it.
He likes to sort trash and recycling.
He likes to see what’s in your trash can and talk about what types of things you’re throwing away.
He likes to know what day your trash is picked up and what your garba
Ever since I heard Alice’s cries in the delivery room, and they told us she was a girl – (three years, two months and 21 days ago) – I’ve been wondering…
Is it possible to raise a girl that doesn’t have body image issues?
Is it possible to raise a girl that is confident in her body – regardl