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Sensory Tubs

Sensory Tubs

So, it’s COLD here.  Like 36 degrees outside cold.  ARCTIC.  Yes, I know for some of you that’s not cold, but for this Gulf-Coast Texas gal it’s mighty chilly!  We are trying our hardest not to leave the house, because frankly, I cannot stand the doors to even be opened.  Brrr! Of course, this causes […]

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Random

Random

A couple of random shots from last week: Mallory took this one of me during our school “circle time.” And this one I took of Mallory last week.  She made pancakes BY. HERSELF.  For the first time ever.  Mixed it, put it on the burner, flipped it, everything.  It was a good day and a […]

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Ten years ago I became a mommy…

Ten years ago I became a mommy…

My eldest daughter is 10.  A decade. That’s double digits. TEN. How did this happen?  It seems like just yesterday I was admiring our new 8 lb 10 oz worth of perfection: And I was a new mom.  Ready to face the challenge of sleepless nights, dirty diapers and drool.  “Of course, I didn’t know […]

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Simplicity

Simplicity

Have you ever had a wake up call?  One where you just felt like you had been slapped in the face?  I had a similar experience this summer. Our family took a wonderful road trip and slowed down our pace of life for 2 weeks.  It was like a taste of what we’ve been missing. […]

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I'm not TRYING to be rude……

………and no, I do not have an attention disorder.  Having adult conversations with people these days is SO hard.  It’s not them.  And it’s not that the conversation is too advanced for me.  Most of the time.  It’s just that I’m afraid one of my kids has broken into the bathroom to play in the […]

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My little stars…

My little stars…

“My lips will shout for joy when I sing praise to you.” Psalm 71;23 There is not much sweeter than the voices of children singing songs of praise. And the shepherds were pretty cute too… May you be able to take time during the craziness of the holiday season to enjoy the little moments, such […]

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The Tutus Side of "Trains & Tutus"

When my first daughter was born, she had her daddy’s olive skin, dark brown eyes and brown hair.  When #2 came along, we expected something similar, but here she came with fair skin, blue eyes and a ton of blonde hair!  We were shocked! Shortly thereafter, we were given an unexpected blessing in daughter #3. […]

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