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Month: July 2014

Follow The Leader

Follow The Leader

Remember how I said that my sweet turkeys go to daycare during the summer time, and I would like you not to judge me for it? Okay, remember that. I really love dropping my boys off in the mornings and taking a moment to watch as they run off to start their day. While I hate leaving them, little humans fascinate me so much. And I truly believe that going to daycare and interacting with other adults and children, having…

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Tortilla Chip Trouble

Tortilla Chip Trouble

It’s been nearly six months since we moved into the “new” house. Why the quotes, you ask? Well, the “new” house, while new to us, was in dire need of some serious updating. The bones of this house are incredible, but most of the rest sort of looked like it had been pulled from an early episode of “The Brady Bunch.” And so, for the last six months, my life has felt a little bit like I am living on…

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Undivided Attention

Undivided Attention

A moment of honesty. Now, I can tell you I’m not proud of this. But I trust you enough to hope you will not judge me too badly for it. Here it is… I am one of those women. You know the kind. I hope that I have a few more kids (few = two-ish, maybe three if I am feeling brave). And yet, often, when I hear someone is pregnant for their third child (or anything exceeding three), I…

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Plot Twist

Plot Twist

Let me preface this by saying that if you have not yet read or seen The Fault in Our Stars, and you intend to do so, you may not want to continue reading this post… You’re welcome. So as summer was on the cusp of beginning, and I was anticipating all of the time I was going to have to be productive and do projects and read for enjoyment, I decided to pick up a book that seemed to be…

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