Monthly Archives: February 2012

Destroyed 3 pans :(

Awhile back some friends came and visited us. They balked at the fact that I was using a plastic steamer contraption; educating me that foods should not be cooked in plastic. When plastic gets warmed/heated up, particles of the plastic … Continue reading

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I know, call me weird

So I’m not even going to try to pretend that I’m not weird. I am weird. I know. And the truth is that since I’m homeschooling my children I’m imparting my weirdness on them. I found out that in 1o … Continue reading

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20 years of friendship

Yesterday we celebrated our President’s Day Holiday by being in the great outdoors. Drove up the coast to Topanga Canyon and went on a gorgeous hike. I looooooove it that we are in this stage of life….having kids who are … Continue reading

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Lemonade & Kool-Aid Stand a h-u-g-e success!!

Last weekend Jacob asked if he could pleeeeease have a lemonade & kool-aid stand. Sure. Okay. So we encouraged him to do some planning, making a list of all the things he would need. Omie (my mom) was here and … Continue reading

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Coffee served with a smile

Yesterday morning as Steve headed to the kitchen to make some coffee, Natalie zoomed past him to beat him there. “Daddy, daddy can I pllllleeeeeeeeease make your coffee for you???” She had watched Steve make it several times and now … Continue reading

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Sometimes it’s just about getting out of the house

This morning was a rough morning. I could barely lift my head off my pillow. Raging headache. Stuffed nose. Eyelids that weighed a ton. Pressure everywhere in my head from my sinus infection. It was 6:30am, the kids had climbed … Continue reading

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Lulu the Penguin

It all started over a month ago. We headed to the Long Beach Aquarium with a friend of Jacob’s from school. He had $5 in his pocket that his mom had sent with him in case he’d like to buy … Continue reading

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