Category: Parent-rearing 101

Out of the mouths of babes

The last few days have been spent in as non-vertically bedridden a state as we could manage. My daughter is feeling better now so, communal hermitage disbanded, I am sitting at my desk. Mostly staring at the screen. I have managed to weed out my email, though not answer any yet, and log in here. […]

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Nine reasons why I love you

Time flies by so fast when you are truly happy. The rest of my life may not be exactly the way I want it yet, always a work in progress, but there is one thing that God has blessed me with that enriches my life and sustains me from day-to-day: My daughter. My daughter turned […]

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Eventful day

I don’t ever want to see that much of my baby girl’s blood ever again…

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Catch up, breathe deeply

After what seems like forever, I am finally getting caught up. Most of last year was spent with one or all of us bed or house ridden, one passing it on to the other as is the way of things in homes with children. There have been a lot of people disappointed in me, a […]

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Catch up, breathe deeply

After what seems like forever, I am finally getting caught up. Most of last year was spent with one or all of us bed or house ridden, one passing it on to the other as is the way of things in homes with children. There have been a lot of people disappointed in me, a […]

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A fairy woke me.

A fairy woke me this morning, seriously. She had curly light brown almost reddish hair, mussed as though she had been sleeping in a nearby flower. Her wings were lime green with pink iridescent glittery patterns and they flapped, though not very well, from their perch on her back. She wore a long shirt with […]

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Making a French Corkboard

One of my projects for Christmas was to give my daughter’s room a pink makeover into a more mature room for her. She is six and a half going on 40 and has long since outgrown her makeshift toddler room. I scoured all the local places for a French-style corkboard for months prior to Christmas […]

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Making a French Corkboard

One of my projects for Christmas was to give my daughter’s room a pink makeover into a more mature room for her. She is six and a half going on 40 and has long since outgrown her makeshift toddler room. I scoured all the local places for a French-style corkboard for months prior to Christmas […]

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Ballet Mom

Well, it’s starting. My baby girl isn’t my baby anymore. hehe Since she was two, Ysa has always loved ballet, hula and ice skating. Since we live in Florida, ice skating and hula are not part of the norm here. Ballet on the other hand is and I am taking Ysa to one of the […]

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