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"I'd marry you for your money in a minute."

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Before December's over

[...] was a hit!  Biggest hit of the night actually.  Darn kids and their electronics. On Christmas Eve we switch off every year between going to Dan's grandparents' house and my Aunt's. This year [...]

House Tour: Part 2 (Kitchen & "Master")

[...] my dresser that was relocated from the living room this past December, to make room for the Christmas tree.  Even though it is clearly way too big for the space, and the Christmas tree is long [...]

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[...] -loving helpfulness.  Can't wait. Because who doesn't have a sequined dinosaur on their Christmas tree? This ornament has to be the best handmade ornament ever in the history of ridiculous [...]

Quiet Weekend

[...] fun doing it.  And tomorrow is Sunday, still the weekend, and we're off to cut down our Christmas tree.  Super fun, just wish it was going to be warmer.     [...]

What I’ll remember about Christmas 2012

[...]  But we're working on it.  I love it at least!  ;) Louie was obsessed with the Christmas tree, he spent so much time sitting at it, or standing even, taking ornaments off, trying to put [...]

Baby Number 3: FAQ

[...] , but he hasn’t been angry. He hasn’t been sad. He's been sort of matter of fact about it. Baby Nubs is going to be here after his birthday and so we need to stop. He pretty much said, "No [...]

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So it's fall already

[...] for him (for our whole family really, that's the other thing about all of this, Louie and baby Nubs will go here too), I know where we're leaning.  But truly?  You don't really ever know.   [...]

Day in the Life, Fall 2014

[...] I am 33 years old. Dan is 34. Gus is 5. Louie is 2 yrs 10 months. I am 23.5 weeks pregnant with Baby Nubs. It's been a long time since I've done one of these and I'm not sure where I mustered up the [...]

Saying Goodbye to 2014

[...] , and I have no idea what I did, but Dan made me this cake.  I'm guessing I requested an early bedtime for the kids and a quiet night at home.  Living. It. Up.  :) What is one thing that [...]

Thanksgiving Weekend

[...] movies and playing with their iPad and Leap Pad for a few hours before we headed home for an early bedtime.  Because that's what the holidays are all about... packing the day full of activities and [...]

Day in the Life, Spring 2013

[...] asks for a snack, and I oblige with a banana. Then I get to thinking about dinner.  Gus's early bedtime means the schedule will be tight, and I'd like to fit in a walk to the park, so getting it [...]

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Saying Goodbye to 2014

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Baby Number 3: FAQ

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[...] night at dinner, a prayer Gus learned at preschool and taught all of us one evening.  Louie LOVES it.  He closes his eyes at the direction of his big brother and sways back and forth like [...]

Day in the Life, Fall 2014

[...] up and down and OMG Louie weighs 35 lbs and I am pregnant and I feel sick and can this be over? Louie LOVES it though, all of it, and I try to focus on his sweetness and not on how uncomfortable I am. [...]

Day in the Life, Fall 2014

[...] gets dropped off at 9:15 (and as is evident, it's not always a quick process) and ECFE with Louie starts at 9:30 at a school 9 miles away, so I'm basically set up to fail in getting there on time.  [...]

Day in the Life, Spring 2013

[...] I'll eat what he doesn't. PB&J for both Gus and me. The boys are back in the kitchen, and Louie starts dancing around yelling "Oooh-ooh, aah-aah", pulling up on his high chair.   [...]

Photos that never went anywhere

[...] zoo and farm and doctor.  Thankfully he allows me to switch it up some days.   Oh and Louie gets in on the superhero play, but mostly just DESTROYS and SMASHES and delights in ruining the [...]

Day in the Life, Fall 2014

[...] have coffee and not parent for a little while and shit will surely hit the fan as soon as Louie gets tired enough, there is no way this happy cooperative playing will last the rest of the [...]

Baby Number 3: FAQ

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Before December's over

[...] .  These traditions aren't ALWAYS about fun, right?  ;) There's our keeper! My sister-in-law Michelle and my adorable nephew Graham, who is at that lovely age where he will almost always [...]

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What I’ll remember about Christmas 2012

[...] like you’re constantly being pulled in 50 different directions.  ;) Every year on Christmas Eve we go to a 4:00 PM service at our church in South Minneapolis.  What I will remember [...]

Christmas 2014: The Good, the Bad, and too many Pictures

[...] .  Christmas Eve was, and always is, Swedish meatballs and mashed potatoes for dinner, and trays of sweets in [...]

Before December's over

[...] was a hit!  Biggest hit of the night actually.  Darn kids and their electronics. On Christmas Eve we switch off every year between going to Dan's grandparents' house and my Aunt's. This year [...]

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