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  • Think Pink
    on Jan 15, 2010 in babies
    For the Spohr Family, awaiting the birth of their daughter:I had a dream before the birth of my second where I was riding a horse up a hill and having a hard time of it. I was bumped and jolted and trying not to fall off, just hanging on for dear lif...
  • Grandma Tales
    on Jan 14, 2010 in play
    She was born into royalty. There was a tiara on her bassinet and everyone called her princess—and so it was so. By the age of three, she was asserting her regal rights. She had everything defined and catalogued. It was by her whim and approval...
  • Ballet
    on Jan 13, 2010 in babies
    Joy had her very first of ballet lesson today. She has been waiting forever. FOREVER. The countdown started on Saturday. We had to discuss the number of days, hours, minutes until she could go. She practiced in her new ballet shoes. She practice...
  • Dancing Santa 2009
    on Dec 30, 2009 in babies holidays
    Illuminated by the soft, pink-hued glow of hundreds of red and white Christmas bulbs, she calls, “More, again!” and throw up her arms towards Santa and his Winter Wonderland on the roof. The ferris wheel spins, the seesaw tips, the reindeers loo...
  • 2010 Project
    on Dec 29, 2009 in home
    New Year’s Eve is almost here. Another year has slipped through the hour glass. Where does the time go? I am not one for New Year’s resolutions…but I do love me a good project. What will my project be for this year? Hmmm….Marlo is 15 mon...
  • Stumps's Birthday Story
    on Dec 28, 2009 in family traditions holidays
    One of our family traditions is that I tell each child the story of their birth on their birthday. Obviously, it does not have all the details, but they love to hear it over and over and over. This is the stuff their legends are made of. And this...
  • Christmas 2009
    on Dec 27, 2009 in holidays
    Said the night wind to the little lamb, “Do you see what I see?”Christmas Eve was full. Full of food, full of laughter, full of happy children, full of decoration, full of music, full of cookies, full of family, full of fun, full of presents. C...
  • Saturday Quote
    on Dec 26, 2009 in quotes
    “Time always seems long to the child who is waiting - for Christmas, for next summer, for becoming a grownup: long also when he surrenders his whole soul to each moment of a happy day” "Dag Hammarskjold" Here's to trying to surrender your whole...
  • Christmas Always Brings Wonder
    on Dec 25, 2009 in holidays
    I was born on a farm in the south. It was a small farm. I didn’t know that. It was a place of adventure and surprise and wonderment. The sky was an inverted bowl that touched the earth just beyond New Liberty Church and on the far side of Larra...
  • Foggy Bloggy
    on Dec 24, 2009 in holidays
    It is 4:35 am on Christmas Eve. No, I am not up early in anticipation of the day’s excitement. I am still up on a marathon sleep deprivation binge that started a week ago last Tuesday. My Christmas shopping is done (as of 12:35 yesterday morning...
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