Living with miniature houdinis can be difficult, but the joy that comes with it is immeasurable! Continue reading Living with Miniature Houdinis
Last night I decided to read a new book to the kids before they went to bed. It was entitled How Does Sleep Come? by Jeanne C. Blackmore. I gathered the kids in the living room and they spread themselves out all around. Some were lying on the couch, others were perched right in front of me, eager to see the pictures, and still others … Continue reading How Does Sleep Come?
Oh Jake, you look like your father, you are built like your father, and you act like your father. But I know you are truly my son because you have a love of chocolate like no other child I have ever seen! Two days ago Emma brought Jake into my room and said, “Mama, you know what I caught him doing? He was out on … Continue reading The Boy Who Loved Chocolate
Jake is a man of few words but he is bundle of energy and a barrel of laughs! He keeps us entertained and frustrated all at the same time. He is adorable, sweet, naughty, and loving. Given his rocky start and the 16 months of crying that followed his birth, I have been completely taken off-guard by this little man. His personality is so cute … Continue reading Jake, a Man of Few Words
I wrote this post on October 16, 2012. It was difficult to write about the possibility of leaving my children, especially Jake who was so young and would have no memories of me had I not made it through my pregnancy with Leo. On Saturday night I was trying to get Jake to sleep. I often listen to music with him or I pray the … Continue reading Little Fingers