Houston, We Have A Loophole

Last night I made the rookie mistake of believing that our whole family should go to the school to support Red at his NJHS induction ceremony. Sitting quietly and still was not on the agenda for the little one, as you can imagine. These things are not designed with toddlers in mind. As I looked […]

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For the Glory of the Weekday

If I’m being honest I generally prefer week days to week ends. I don’t enjoy making school lunches at the end of each long day, and the afternoons are hectic between homework and piano lessons and scouting and cooking wholesome meals that most family members (but never all) will eat. But weekends are unstructured, exhausting, […]

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Why?

Little Man has learned “why?” as in the following conversation on repeat all afternoon. “Please don’t drive your cars in the folded laundry.” “Why?” “Because when you do it messes them up and I will have to fold them again.” “Why?” “Because they are freshly washed and need to be folded and put away.” “Why?” […]

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A Fantastic Story

This weekend is going to make such a great story in the future. From middle of the night visits with our local fire department (yes, in our home, yes, because we called them,) to a puking child, to research on new furnace units, to me deciding the best way to deal with all of this […]

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Hope and Destruction

Last night the boys auditioned for the Christmas play. They are excited and full of anticipation. Instead of Paul being at the audition I had to go with baby in tow. It was not ideal. I didn’t tell the boys but I did text Paul that if they didn’t get parts it would be because […]

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