Moving, Summer, Pregnant, Oh my! I haven’t written here in nearly a month, but things are still active over on Facebook and Twitter. I’ll be back to writing soon as things settle. Until then, enjoy this look at the month in review.
(Trying to decide which school to send the kids to)
Me: Our current school has one percent more minorities than the other school.
Brian: You do realize with how small these schools are and how big and diverse our family is, that one percent might just be us?
Maternity Pants: Because nothing makes you feel more feminine and confident in your awkwardly changing body like putting on a pair of pants that have the exact waistline enjoyed by grandpas everywhere.
When looking for decorating ideas online, I find there is a fine line between things that inspire me and things that depress me.
Tending to kids who are sick with something you are now likely to catch is like skipping ahead and reading the last page of a book. A book you really didn’t want to read.
In this home kids do not wear pajamas all day, eat in bed, watch endless movies, and drink lots of juice. Unless they are sick. Which may explain why my kids respond to the news of a fever about how you’d expect a child would respond to the news that they are going to Disneyland.