Today Little Red learned that even after you stomp it with your shoe, you should not pick up a bee. Today I learned that Little Red is not allergic to bee stings! AdvertisementsRead More Lessons Learned
When we moved to California, pregnant and practically penniless, I was overcome with gratitude when Lisa offered to lend us her bassinet. I didn’t care the condition, I was just grateful to have something more than a laundry basket for our new baby. I was very pleased when we picked it up to see it […]Read More A Tribute to the Bassinet
Little Red: Someday when I’m ready, I’m going to with upon a star. I’m going to wish for a new baby.Read More Keep Wishing!
Turns out the little guy can climb out of his crib. This afternoon was the first time he did so as far as I know, but he did so quickly and without falling. I suspect that after we put the boys to bed at night Little Red climbs in and out of the crib, and […]Read More Monkey Boy
Paul’s passport is not in my “folder of important things.” Unlike when things usually go missing, I do not have that sick sensation of wrong in the pit of my stomac. I am strangely calm. I’ve done a lot of cleaning and organizing in the past 20 hours since the discovery. I have even whittled […]Read More Time Management
We all have them, and we all use them, but the problem with coping mechanisms is that they can so easily become crutches. What begins with one small indulgence in the afternoon of a very long day quickly becomes a ritual, and a necessity. The next thing you know, you’re twenty pounds heavier and no […]Read More The Uphill Climb
The tests are done, for now. Some of the bloodwork indicated something unusual in the liver, but Dr. Kim was quick to assure us this is no time to panic. The abdominal ultrasound showed no malformations or blockages. The antibody test was negative for celiac. We aren’t going to bother with the Upper GI. We […]Read More GastroUpdate