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Oh almost 17 month old son. That’s right where you’re keeping me. On my toes. Laughing all the way. … Every time he walks past our new St. Joseph statue he says “baby!!”. And then animatedly explains that the baby … Continue reading
This was our first visit to the Portland Children’s Museum… Definitely won’t be our last.
St Nich’s Day, I told Mo to “line up” all the shoes we were giving away. I love how her mind works: Christmas Tree shopping (as is our tradition) on the second Sunday of Advent: And a sneak peak of … Continue reading
Things have been a little slow over here on the blog, but that doesn’t mean I’ve been hiding, or that life has slowed down. Not. One. Bit. We’ve got a busted water line and broken fence, but we’ve also been celebrating … Continue reading
I could almost crop the dirty dishes out… That’s the nice thing about blogging, I can present whatever world I choose! And in my bloggy world, there are never dirty dishes in my sink *cough cough, ahem… I couldn’t even … Continue reading
These are photos from Grandma and Grandpa’s 60th Anniversary celebration. It’s hard to find words to describe the weekend, because it was a whirlwind and poignant and emotional. There were many people present to celebrate their long-standing relationship, including Grandma’s … Continue reading
Happy very first half-birthday, son of mine! Round here you’re known by many names: Dom, Dom-dom, Baby Dom, Baby Brother, Baby Bwathah, Dominic, Giant Baby… and recently I’ve come to think of you as my Gentle Giant. There’s no getting … Continue reading