For the fellow bloggers out there, do you ever wonder how your kids feel about your blog?
I recently got the chance to find out. In 2007, my family moved across the country from family and friends. So, I started a little blog that was just for family and friends. I found, . . . → Read More: How Do Your Kids Feel About Your Blog?
Our kids bicker with each other . . .a lot. They tease each other . . . a lot.
But then there are unexpected moments that, as a mom, make you want to stop time and simply watch your children enjoying time with each other. Because wasn’t that what you imagined when you first . . . → Read More: The Moments I Enjoy Most
I’ve learned that I’ve got to be quick on the draw to catch any realistic photo moments. I’ve got to get better at that, much better. Notice how polite she looks after opening a present, when .005 seconds before she was like this:
I’ve learned that I must find out what they put in . . . → Read More: What I’ve Learned — Weeks 14 &15
That Anabelle apparently thought our nativity scene was too sparse. I went downstairs and found this:
It made my day.
I’ve learned that my eldest daughter is full of surprises. Here’s what I found as I approached the house after walking the dog.
I took the dog inside, and pulled Mike outside . . . → Read More: What I’ve Learned — Week 12