Monthly Archives: March 2015

It’s all relative

When I had Stephen, I felt overwhelmed taking care of a baby.  It was all new to me: swaddling, diapering, nursing, bathing, etc.  It took me an hour to pack the diaper bag in preparation to return to work.  Grocery … Continue reading

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The Tooth Fairy

Stephen lost a tooth.  He put it carefully into a baggie so he could put it under his pillow.  Then, he lost his tooth again. So the tooth fairy couldn’t come last night.  Finding lost lost teeth is not in her … Continue reading

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Little Racists

When Stephen was 3, we took him to see Body Worlds, a museum exhibit that displays different parts of human anatomy.  In one display, they showed a pair of healthy lungs contrasted with a pair of smoker’s lungs.  Of course, I … Continue reading

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Grounded

One of Stephen’s best friends recently got grounded, so he’s not allowed to participate in activities with us.  I explained this to Stephen. “I’ve never been grounded, have I, Mom?”  He asked. “I don’t think so,” I said. “Has Adrian … Continue reading

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The Talk…Almost

While doing some high-quality internet surfing, I came across a picture of a woman who attached her baby to the train of her wedding dress and dragged her down the aisle.  Of course the photo was being obnoxiously shared and furiously … Continue reading

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