- Little Wrigglers Wreaking Havoc in God's House (The Best Thing Ever)I went to early church yesterday so my 16 year-old could help teach the little bitty kids during that service. The littles really seem to like her and a couple always insist on sitting next to her when they do crafts. It’s nice for all of them, I think.I watched her stand in the front of the sanctuary, waving the kids to come forward, to leave their moms. So […]
- Little Wrigglers Wreaking Havoc in God's House (The Best Thing Ever)
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- MenacePower is intoxicating. Everyone loves having the ability to make their decisions into reality — to think "this should be something that happens," and then actually be able to make that thing happen. It is also dangerous. And it is especially dangerous when applied to four-year-olds. Four-year-olds lack the experience to wield power responsibly. The […]
Monthly Archives: September 2010
As a parent, I am called out of my chair all the damn time. Maybe Pickles needs part of his extensive collection of scrapes bandaged, Sweet Pea needs his closet door closed while he is snug in his top bunk … Continue reading
For a special treat today for going to a Pilates class with me and not acting like a rabid weasel, Pumpkin Pie and I got to watch Wallace and Gromit. For those of you who are not acquainted, it is … Continue reading
It has been evident for some time that our third child has been and continues to be the most difficult to socialize. By socialize, I do not mean play cooperatively, behave in public places and know what to say when … Continue reading
I was in line last week to pick up Pumpkin Pie. The hallways outside the classrooms at this preschool are narrow and it is like waiting in line to pick up your preschooler in a submarine. All that is missing … Continue reading
Pumpkin Pie has waged an epic battle today for a Sunday Smackdown on Cloud 8: Bumblee vs Ironman. Sadly, Ironman met with an unfortunate accident while we were on vacation this summer and his head is missing. I think it … Continue reading
Last night I bought Pickles’ baseball coaches gifts from the team. “Is Fall Ball over already?” you may ask. No, it isn’t. These are the gifts from Baseball that ended in May. I think it ended in May. Maybe June? … Continue reading
I was doing some facebooking serious work on the computer and Pumpkin Pie very purposefully strode up and asked me to “play the one where she was inside his head”. Me: Huh? Wait. What? Are we talking about a video game? … Continue reading
I love hearing what they do at my husband’s work when there is a little down time. They work hard and consequently need to act like adolescent boys in a locker room, I mean blow off some steam. This often … Continue reading
Testing 1,2,3. This is a test. If this were an actual blog there would be something with actual content written here.
Way back in 1969, a really smart, sensitive, shrinky-type doctor, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross came up with 5 stages of grief. I know this because I learned it in college. A couple of times. And somehow it escaped the brain-purge of motherhood. … Continue reading