Category Archives: kiddos
2016. New Year’s is quickly becoming my favorite time of the year. Fresh starts, new beginnings. And after 2015, a fresh start was much needed. Brian was back at work after his 12 weeks of paternity leave, I was back
Each Christmas, I only plan on buying a few things for the kiddos since most items get played with for a few days before they collect dust. And each year I buy a few things, and then a few things
November. It started off with one of my favorite things, fall back daylight savings time. I love when it gets dark early; the evenings feel so much longer. And it’s cold. Dark and cold. Late fall and winter are my
August started off with a bang and ended pretty blandly (this is a good thing). We were horribly sick, and I was in the ER as the month rang in. Awesome. We managed to get through the sickness, recover, prepare for
June was here and now it’s gone. After the hellish month of May, it was a nice change to just take it easy. June saw the kiddos’ recital, their last day of school, Saige turning nine months, family hikes, final
Number four is arriving late October 2015. If someone had told me five years ago that I would have four kids, I would have thought they were nuts. And yet, here I am, pregnant (by choice!) with number four. After Saige
As always, the months are flying by. There was something making the rounds online that said, “The days are long but the years are short.” So true. I can’t believe it’s almost 2014. Really, 2014?! October flew by quickly, then
Trying to keep up on this so in five years I can remember (vaguely) what we did five years ago. September, in pictures (in random order)… After a busy August, we spent more days at home in September.
Laine, two-years, three-months-old Becoming a girly girl. She’s not afraid to jump in dirt or a muddy puddle but she must be wearing a “pretty dress.” It’s so fun to watch how they are who they are regardless of anything.
August was busy. Self-inflicted busy. We were gone almost every day doing something. Toward the end of the month, about 10 minutes into each outing Blaise started saying, “Mama, I’m tired. I want to go home.” And he wanted to