Catipillie started his chrysalis yesterday! I’m not sure who’s more excited: me, or the boys who insist that we must read Eric Carle’s “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” to him every day.Read More Little Bug, Big Changes
Meet Catipillie: We took him out of his home just for you to meet him, as he wasn’t photographing well on the inside. He was one of Boy Blue’s birthday gifts. (Wow, does Miss Jennfie know our little bug lover or what, eh?) He is getting ready for some pretty big changes in his life. […]Read More Our Newest Addition
This may be my first recipe posting ever, but I just have to share this. Last week my friend served me up some fresh green beans which had been steamed for one minute in boiling water, drained, and quickly sauteed with some olive oil and blackened seasoning. And, because she’s from Houston, pecans. They were […]Read More Nutritious, Delicious, and Fast!
The deed is done. My baby is three. The party was yesterday. It was a success. Everyone is happy. It got a lot of unfounded praise for my party so I’ll begin this post with a disclaimer: I’m not creative, I’m just really good with a google search. It seems that “nuts and bolts” are […]Read More Boy Blue’s Robot Party
We bought Little Red a lunchbox from lunchbots.com instead of some licensed somethingorother made out of plastic. We’ve been thoroughly happy with our choice and have recommended it to several friends as well. I love the safety and durability of stainless steel. I love the minimalism in design. And I love trash-free lunches. Love. Today […]Read More LunchBots
Boy Blue’s party is in exactly 26 hours. And I think I’m going to be ready. I try to keep parties simple but always allow myself to feel overwhealmed anyway. This time I actually feel in control. So long as the cake turns out, then we’re set. (And if it doesn’t, we’re having cupcakes. But […]Read More It’s Coming Together
Does anyone out there think Paul would let me do this? (even if we had a yard) It’s so beautiful, so empowering, so natural. This is feminism defined. In short, it’s exactly who I think I’d like to be. Yes. A mother of children and chickens. I want to provide for my family in a […]Read More The Femivore’s Dilemma