Category Archives: Probably only interesting to the boys’ grandparents.
Because the hotel can get a bit old for Anna we try to let her get out of the room and lead us on an adventure at least once a day. This is the time where SHE gets to pick … Continue reading
While our family was in the midst of packing up all that we have, Parker serenaded me with his ABC’s. I understand that by showing this video to you, I am proving that I have not taught my three-year-old the … Continue reading
What do those things have in common? Nothing, unless you’re a ten year old boy. Recently Hayden and Carson were playing around on Matt’s pull-up bar and Carson had been using a wooden square-shape-topped stool to reach the bar. Hayden, … Continue reading
Each of our babies learned sign language to help them through the really tough season of not being able to verbally communicate with us. This was a fantastic tool to help us know what the kid needed even before he … Continue reading
Over the past few weeks I’ve been collecting some of the funny things my kids have said or done. I love them. They make my heart sing. These kids are why I’m on the planet right now and I love … Continue reading
Forgive the toddler’s lack of fashion sense and join me in appreciation for his dedication to fitness. Here’s Parker doing Insanity with me: I love this kid!
I enjoy parenting. I love most aspects of it, good and bad. I don’t necessarily like the emotional roller-coaster I go through the first two weeks after having a new baby, and I really don’t like the missed sleep that … Continue reading
Our family really likes our traditional Friday Night Movie Night. It started while Matt was deployed as a way to have a weekly event to look forward to. We were utilizing Blockbuster.com and I always had a kid-movie waiting for … Continue reading
During Parker’s bout with pneumonia he started having a really hard time falling asleep by himself. I believe it was just because he felt absolutely miserable and needed some serious cuddling. I mentioned before that he had lost his thumb-sucking … Continue reading