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A Lesson on Overcoming - For the Parent of a Teased or Bullied Child

Just this morning, my eldest son, who is almost ten, left for school a little early, excited, as usual, to get there. I watched him walk out our back gate in his cool "skinny" jeans and a hooded sweatshirt, thinking how he has grown so much this year. Before I had a chance to [...]

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“You have twins AND a two year old – you must be crazy!”Someone actually said that to me one day at the zoo. The twins were still purple people eaters (aka breastfeeding one-month-old bambinos), and my oldest was barely past his second birthday. The stroller I was pushing looked more like the Millenium Falcon than [...]

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Double Trouble - The Beginning

Being a Mom really is hard work. I remember when people used to tell me it was, and I didn’t believe them. When I had my first son, I continued to question the “parents’ lament”. My pregnancy was wonderful, no morning sickness, no heartburn, no stretch marks ( I know, you hate me, but bear [...]

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Double Trouble Part 2

Right from the start, I realized my plan wasn’t unfolding correctly. Morning sickness, migraines, shopping for a bigger car (gasp! A minivan), two of everything, crying, crying, sobbing, stretch marks, 500 ultrasounds, three babies in diapers? (does not compute), Twin A wouldn’t stop spinning, Twin B had a foot jammed in my rib cage for [...]

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Double Trouble Part 3

Five years have gone by in a blur of stinky cloth diapers, spills, the cute baby clothes have turned into stained unmentionables (on both ends). There were so many mistakes made, and so much crying, sobbing, screaming, wiping, (and wiping, and wiping), splats, falls, bruises, cuts, more crying, learning, hugging, laughing, sobs of joy, now, [...]

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This Town Ain't Big Enough for the Two of Us!

The other morning, I was making breakfast and packing school lunches for my three beautiful boys. I was humming along, with that hopeful zest that all Moms have when the day is way too new to be bad YET. My oldest was sitting in an old armchair playing on his DS (thank you Lord for [...]

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Finding Full

Ok, so you know all those people who (you may feel like punching) when they come up to you and say "it goes so fast" or "cherish every minute, they grow up so fast"? As annoying as it is, I am starting to see that they are telling the truth. And not only [...]

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The Dishes Can Wait

It's been one of those days where I started out with the best of intentions and slowly, over the course of the day, little crazy things have broken this Mama down. Now I am sitting in my jammies way too early in the night, the sink is full of dishes, and I have no [...]

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Letting Go

I know, this is a parenting blog, but bear with me while I talk about "grown-up" stuff a little more.We have some form of "spreading" juniper in front of our house that has been dying slowly all Spring. I have been trying to save it in vain. I have fertilized, I have watered [...]

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