Category Everyday Life
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I’m continually amazed at how much two-year-old mind can retain. It’s quite humbling and keeps me accountable with every action. And, really, it’s just fascinating. So, for memory’s sake, I’m noting some tidbits of our conversation this past Sunday– Caleb to Josh: “There are no strong beginnings, Daddy. I have robots.” (Oh, the stream of consciousnesses.) Caleb […]
June 14-20, 20014, marks a delightful period for our family. Josh finished intern year and went on break for a couple weeks. So, first, we headed to North Carolina to visit my family. The time proved super relaxing for Josh, who often sequesters into his temporary man cave and hacks away on projects. I try to relax, but shoving a year’s worth of quality […]
In this post you will find everything you ever needed to know (and too much more) about Caleb’s first ER visit and how it came about. Disclaimer: All photos were taken when Caleb was calm and not bleeding. His well-being was put above picture-taking 🙂 In the end, our 1st ER escapade went about as […]
Much has transpired since my last post, so it’s high time to simply write an update about where our family is with life. I’ll begin with the most noticeable changes first– The kids. Let’s start with Adalynn, our newest member, who is surpassing us all when it comes to growth and developmental rate. Her first two months of life […]
I may have one free hand, but it’s rare to have two free hands these days. Thus, the recent absence from my blog. Nevertheless, in the newborn haze, I’ve had many of those “aha,” “good-to-note,” and “I-wish-I-would’ve-known” moments. So, here we go. It’s time to record these observations as a new mommy with 2 under […]
The Story I learned my lesson with the first pregnancy: be patient. Caleb came eight days late, so I wasn’t surprised when I went past my due date (10/14) with baby #2. This time, however, I was determined to be patient and avoid the torturous walks, pineapple core, and evening primrose oil. But, I have to admit […]