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Yup, I had a baby!

January 20, 2014


We have gone from a family of three to a family of four — a whole new world, as those of you who’ve been through it before know.  I am so much more ridiculously happy than I could possibly communicate here. And, because I find the whole thing surreal, I’d like to share E’s birth […]

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That bat makes you look fat.

August 24, 2012


We went to get rabies shots yesterday morning. Yup. Rabies. Remember that whole bat thing?  Well, apparently if you wake to bats in your bedroom when you’ve been sleeping, the right thing to do is to go get shots just in case: The bat managed to quietly and calmly crawl on some exposed area of […]

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August 20, 2012


I haven’t been around for a while, as you may or may not have noticed. I’ll pretend that you’ve all been waiting with bated breath to hear about what’s been going on, since believing that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy. 🙂 Largely I’ve just been busy with work. Once upon a time my […]

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A cat? No, a bat.

August 16, 2012


I often wake in the middle of the night. I’m one of those hippy parents who still nurses her toddler and co-sleeps, too.  So I have the joy (and that’s really only a slightly facetious word choice) of nursing G a couple of times a night. We have a communication system.  He makes a small […]

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Wordless Wednesdays: Big man, little man

April 11, 2012


Ok.  It’s not the world’s best photo, I know.  It was taken through a dirty window and bug screen, on a phone, and M and G were already quite far away when I got the shot so I had to blow it up.  But crappy photo quality or no, this picture of my two men […]

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Celebrating Life

March 8, 2012

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I’ve been away for a while recovering from shoulder surgery, as you know.  It went really well, and I am a stellar recuperator (so far), so great news on that front. While I was out, two milestones were reached which need to be acknowledged and celebrated. First, my Nana, my grandmother on my father’s side, […]

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