Monthly Archives February 2013

Homemade Spaghetti Recipe *Kid-Friendly*

Happy Thursday! Who’s ready for Friday? I probably say it too much, bur Friday is like any other day for most moms… but tomorrow I am excited! We’ll be going on a road trip to take the girls to a different park, have a pic-nic and visit the mall and carousel. Because of that we’ve…
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Breakfast Casserole Recipe

I made this breakfast casserole recipe a few weeks ago for a MOPS meeting and it turned out great – cheesy, potato-y bacon-y goodness in a casserole dish. What makes it especially wonderful is that you can assemble the entire thing the night before and just pop it in the oven in the morning. Mornings…
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Happy Birthday to my Hubby

Birthday Dinner 2013 Dear Rob, Your birthday fell on a Friday this year which was super inconvenient because it seemed that the days that preceded it were a tangled rush of work and school and kids and house and bad weather and illness.  I’d made plans for us to go out that night and at…
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Walking with you series

I recently discovered this blog series.  It’s over this week, so I’ll be playing catch-up. January 7, 2013 ~ Introduction and Where are You Now? Tell us a little about yourself, your baby, and how you’ve come to this walk. Also, where are you now in your grief and healing? Are you new to this, still…
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Overheard On the Playground

photo “Bob and Felix, I have a game for us to play.” “What is it Desmond?” “It’s a really good game, but first we’re going to need glasses that can see into the future.” “That sounds like an awesome game, you guys.”
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Toddler Crafting~Writing with a Quill

Toddler Crafting~Writing with a Quill We were at a friends Bar Mitzvah this week and they had a great craft to try with kids- writing with a quill.  The activity was to show kids how a scribe writes the prayer for Tefillin.
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Breastfeeding is not easier than formula feeding.

I hear it all the time.  One of the benefits of breastfeeding is that it’s easier than formula.  Definitely some aspects of breastfeeding are easier, but as a whole, the process is not easier.  Sure you don’t have to wash bottles, or cart around powder and water while you’re out and about with your little…
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Clinging in the pit

January 14, 2013 ~ Clinging in the Pit If you are not new to loss, talk a bit about early grief. What was it like, clinging for hope in the pits of despair? What did you cling to for hope? How did you survive the early days? What helped? What do you wish you could…
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12 Tooth Fairy Ideas and Traditions

My five year old has been counting the days, months, years since he was 3 when he first discovered the tooth fairy via his older brother.  Excitedly, for months on end he will ask for me to check his teeth because they are wobbly. Overtime when brother has lost a tooth he remembers his cause and once again begins to…
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