My mom and dad took J to an indoor playground yesterday. In her own words, “Yeah, there was this little girl there who was repeatedly trying to kiss him. I almost had to step in. Little hussy.” And so it begins. I’ll be polishing MY rifle if you need me. #tigermom
I am the captain of the U.S.S. Target sailing around the world with new deckhands. By the time we return, they’ll have their sea legs under them and exotic treasures such as milk and boys’ shoes size six.
Me: “I Think I’m going to find the Christmas music station on the TV” (as we frantically finish wrapping gifts) *Josh runs downstairs* “Calliou! Calliou!” Me: “Or we could watch ‘Calliou.’” Merry Christmas from Calliou & the toddler house.
Being a kid is spitting out that nasty medicine and deciding you’d rather deal with the consequences. Adulting is taking the NyQuil because you KNOW the consequences are worse than the foul tasting meds. Personally, I’d rather focus on the “Eat ice cream whenever you want” part of adulting. Which is probably going to happen […]
I decided today was going to be a no-TV day. Instead, we were going to fill our heads (babies and adults alike) with the sounds of Handel’s Messiah as we prepare for Christmas. One of my favorite works of all time and high time my two year old was exposed to such refined music. Cut […]
My son CRACKS me up. We’ll put him to bed and sometimes he’ll be up an hour just playing around in his bed. Rather than counting sheep, we’ll hear his little voice from the other room start doing a roll call of all the words that he knows. Mommy, Daddy, Sheep, Kite, Mouse, Bird, Kitty, […]
Just had an impromptu evening with my mom and my in-laws. I realized after everyone left that 1) Not everyone has their parents still with them on this earth 2) Not everyone lives in the same city/state/country as their family 3) Not everyone’s in-laws get along, let alone enjoy one another. I am swimming in […]