My oldest and I enjoy special walks together in the evening. We've had two really great walks this week. I hope he always enjoys walks with his momma, even when he's a grown man. And our other walk this week, in pictures below.
We had such a fun day at the petting zoo, park, pond, and Starwood Cafe today. I'm so happy to be your mom, boys. You make my life worth living! You light up my days. I enjoy every moment of being your mother. Even the hard times.
You boys are so silly and I just love our walks home from school together. I'll miss these when you're grown up and no longer can walk to school. I hope you look back on your childhood and think fondly on these years of walking to school together.
Our neighborhood is a wonderland. From several ponds and ducks and turtles and fish - to lots of grassy areas and parks and friendly people walking their dogs and playing with their kids. There's so many places to walk and enjoy the outdoors. The neighborhood is just big enough to enjoy without
Can I be honest for a minute? I don't feel like I've been connecting with my growing boys very well lately. We're in this weird transition in our relationship. Instead of my role being mostly physical - cleaning up after them, bathing them, wiping their bums, making their bottles, kissing boo boo's,
I'll never forget the day my son was diagnosed with Lyme disease. I got the test results but misread them and thought he did not have Lyme. A wave of relief washed over me. I could see his future and it was bright. And then I re-read it. I don't even know why I did, but I did. Apparently, in my