Monthly Archives: July 2008
Queen Bee has been begging to have her ears pierced since she was two years old. She was relentless when she was two, actually. She asked me every day for weeks. At the time I told her she could have … Continue reading
It’s such a Mommyblogging cliche to write about your children growing up with mixed emotions. On the one hand, we’re so proud of their blossoming independence – and on the other, we see time passing much too quickly and these … Continue reading
Well, technically today wasn’t Tonka’s birthday. His birthday was on Thursday.
Here’s a little taste of our summer so far. First, just before the end of June, we hosted Creative Cat’s birthday party. She had requested a medieval-themed party. Twelve kids with foam swords and cardboard shields…it was crazy but fun. … Continue reading
The mom that came through on a busy Thursday afternoon called back. It looks like she’s going to sign, despite the disastrous interview. I confessed to her, “I thought I’d never see you again. You know, after you have to … Continue reading
<ding-dong!> Bark, bark, bark, bark, bark!!! <sound of children thundering along the hallway to the front door> Oh, my interview must be here. Hmmm…she said she’d be here at 3 o’clock and it’s almost 4 now. Wonder if that’s a … Continue reading