Monthly Archives: August 2013

Those who forget the pasta are condemned to reheat it.

Last spring, when I was pregnant with Mini-ion #2, I wanted to prepare some of those “freezer meals” in advance to have ready to eat during the early hectic month of having a new baby.   I learned as a breastfeeding … Continue reading

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Next time you get a lawyer a drink give him just-ice.

We’ve had so much fun lately checking off more items on our Acts of Summer Awesomeness. Are you ready for some more? I really stretched out of my comfort zone and we did ice cube water painting (#45). The inspiration … Continue reading

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Flying these days is a frisky business.

If you’ve had to take an airplane ride, you’ve googled about how to survive. And frankly, I’ve found many of the suggestions on survival ridiculous. There is no happy ending to playing a game of catch with a small ball. … Continue reading

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Photographers are often very candid people.

Apparently, in my joy and enthusiasm after the birth of Mini-ion #1, I made a huge mistake. A terrible error in judgement so grievous, that my dad is looking for revenge during my worst moments. The colossal act of depravity … Continue reading

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The first fish to gather in schools was the grouper.

We’ve just come back from a week adventure with my parents. I have many things to say, and the events of that week could fill many many blog posts. But I’ll start with the Acts of Summer Awesomeness that happened … Continue reading

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Podiatrists like legumes and tomatoes!

Ever since I’ve started gardening, I’ve been itching to make gazpacho. It just seemed like the most amazing thing to do. Since I was able to grow so many tomatoes and cucumbers, I’ve finally been able to make it.  Ingredients … Continue reading

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Teachers’ hands are usually chalk-full.

If I didn’t like puns so much, I would have titled this post – Wife-1, Dear Husband-0.   See, Dear Husband came home to our back deck covered in chalk.  It was another beautiful day, so I encouraged the mini-ions … Continue reading

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