I actually ran out of room in my previous post to talk about my little ones, my non-schoolers, so it’s time for an update! The baby, soon to be toddler, Christopher (we call him Beeber since that’s what his big sister used to call him) is getting so big and is now probably closer to […]
2 year old
Everyone who has been reading my blog since I started it in the beginning of 2008 knows my disdain for the 2-hour delay so frequently used at my daughter’s school. Well, it’s that time of year again – Tuesday was our first 2-hour delay of the school year. It’s not like I want the buses to go
What?!? Believe it or not, the title of my post does not have the slightest hint of sarcasm! Walmart really DID save the day for us yesterday! It almost makes me sorry for my many rants against Walmart and their shady practices designed to put small companies out of business… almost sorry, but not quite
My daughter Disney is not yet 2 and has already entered the question phase – a time of life when a child asks questions about anything and everything. It seems a little early for this; I don’t seem to remember her two older sisters entering the question phase until about 3½ or 4 years old.
Today is the first day back to school (already?!?), and it’s really quiet around here. I guess my oldest two are my loudest two, and we have reduced the traffic in the house by 50% since half the kids are now at school during the day. Thank goodness for school; I’m enjoying myself already. So
This post is titled after a line from my favorite movie, The Wizard of Oz. In case you live in a hole or you’re Amish, the movie is about a girl named Dorothy who runs away and gets swept into a mystical land. Of course, if you’re Amish, I don’t know why you’re reading my