Not Your Average Senior Citizen

We were supposed to fly to St. Maarten on March 18th to spend some time with Jason’s parents. Instead, like most spring breakers this year, our vacation plans went from 2 weeks in paradise to 2 months in quarantine. But…

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OMG, the Legos

Annie Bea found a way to attach Legos to my computer while I write. There’s literally no escaping these things.

2019. The Best Worst Year Ever.

Last year was a tough one for our family. I mean, I don’t think the kids noticed (which is the way it should be) but Jason and I definitely struggled a bit in 2019. There was never enough time, never…

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Remembering My Blog

In the past five months, I’ve done a lot. One thing I haven’t done is write in my blog. Why? Well to be honest, it started to become like a chore. I was too worried about social media and likes…

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Mom Guts

A mother or father’s intuition is important. Sometimes it’s the warning bell for little things like too much screen time or too much sugar. Other times it’s the big stuff like bullying or when you just know your kid’s not…

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The Laugh and Cry Gene

I have very strong laugh and cry genes. If something is funny, I will almost definitely wet my pants. And I won’t stop laughing until everyone agrees I’ve taken it too far. I’m guaranteed to be the first one laughing…

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Unrecognizable

I was trying to use my phone to pay for a coffee this morning when a notification popped up: Face Not Recognized. Tell me about it. So I screamed at the barista to clean up the mess she made. I…

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Eddie Rabbit Gets Me

If you’re a mom. And it’s summer. And your kids are in a million different sports and camps. And you’re constantly running out of food. And you need to get doctors forms before the new school year. And you bought…

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The Real Goodie Bag

Annie Bea is into cooking and baking these days. So for her birthday party last month, I planned a cooking party at this great culinary school in Miami. She loved it. The kids were all covered in flour and tomato…

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