Monthly Archives: April 2012

Crayola Themed Party For A 2 Year Old

So this weekend was my son’s 2nd birthday party, I decided that Crayola themed would work great for a few reasons… 1) There was only 1 other little boy there, the rest were little girls so I was going for … Continue reading

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Turning 2

Life has been horribly busy this past week and will remain that way until the weekend, its that time of year where its rush, rush, rush with taxes, baby showers, and now this Friday marks the 2 years that my … Continue reading

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Daredevil Bred

I swear that kids are born with a daredevil instincts or what some parents might say “curiosity.” I think its implanted from the male spectrum of things because as a female I can say I know the consequences of my … Continue reading

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Camping Then And Now

So my husband and I decided this year that we’re going to take our child camping (along with our best friends and their child.) I’m fully aware and prepared that this isn’t going to be the “vacation” that it once … Continue reading

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Never Deny Yourself The Little Things

Sometimes being a mom can be hard, alright I’ll go out and say it, sometimes it right out REALLY SUCKS. Your life suddenly revolves around a child whom on occasion has temper tantrums when you take them to the park … Continue reading

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Easter Weekend

Too much chocolate and sugar were consumed yesterday, too much food as well. Thank goodness for Easter Monday, a day to reflect on how you’re going to bounce back on your diet and curb your child’s new found addiction to … Continue reading

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Mom’s Good For One Thing

Mom’s, ever have those mornings/days where you’re pretty much good for nothing? This morning for example, my son has wanted (almost) nothing to do with me. Getting him up this morning he pushed away from my morning hugs and wanted … Continue reading

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