Tag Archives: children

School’s Out For Summer

Tomorrow is the last day, with that I have gotten the final reports only to raise my eyebrow how my child went from doing fine to not so fine. I need to remind myself about my own issues as a … Continue reading

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A True Mother’s Day Post

So my mothers day long weekend wasn’t exactly glamorous by any means. All supposed activities were cancelled and I even opted out of having my gift picked up, at the end of the day I was beyond tired and simply … Continue reading

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Murphy’s Law

I don’t think people fully understand Murphy’s Law until they have children, because kids LIVE by this law. The day I really need sleep because I was restless and barely got a wink the night before my child wakes up … Continue reading

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Children And Valentines Day

Valentines Day is tomorrow, it’s always been a special day for me but my fondest memory was the fact that my dad always took some time to make my brother and I feel special on this day that was supposedly … Continue reading

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A Mother’s Wish

my dearest child I will always hold you tight I shall watch over and guard you through the night I will laugh with you and watch as you play and I will help you get through the hardest of days … Continue reading

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Unpredictable

If there’s one thing I’ve learned from being a mother it’s that kids are unfreaking predictable! They’ll walk into a room, fall down, roll around a few times, get back up and whistle on their merry way.  Suddenly the most … Continue reading

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Sending Out Prayers

Today/night I’ll be sending my prayers out to those of Sandy Hill Elementary school. I couldn’t even begin to imagine the grief nor devastation of those parents who have lost a child, I’m sure it to be even more painful … Continue reading

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