The One-Year Squeaker Recap

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So the last time I wrote, my kid was only 6 months old. Now,  she’s turned one. She’s walking, babbling, and has become quite the little dictator/diva. I have  a lot of cool… Continue reading

The fine art of eating out with kids

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I’m not going to lie, I love food, I love beer, I love to eat and drink and be merry. Pre baby we enjoyed eating out weekly, at pretty much any restaurant/bar we… Continue reading

Yes, There’s a Menu on my Fridge

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Yep. Not joking. There is a printed menu in our fridge every week. The menu is done by Thursday, reviewed Thursday night, shopping done Friday or Saturday and the menu changes on Sunday.… Continue reading

Air Travel and Babies

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Toots and I recently took a plane trip to visit family. This makes our second plane trip, and we’ve figured out a few things that make life easier. 1. If baby is a… Continue reading

My Week in Trade-Offs

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I’ve had a crazy week, so this won’t be a long post. I just finished my third-to-last class for my MBA degree, and boy was I glad to get that over with. Now… Continue reading

Things Not to Say…to Someone Trying to Conceive

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Did you know that April 21-27, 2013 is National Infertility Awareness Week? If you did, Yay! Good for you for being informed! If you didn’t, we must not be friends on Facebook because… Continue reading

Sleep Training: How We Won Back the Night

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On Friday, December 14, 2012, our daughter was 3 months old. The following Monday, I went back to work. That night, she slept from 9:15 p.m. to 6:35 a.m. She continued to sleep… Continue reading

Got Milk?

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Well actually, not anymore.  We recently started Miss K on a lactose free diet, after a year of waiting for a doctor to tell me that she had issues with dairy.  After putting up with… Continue reading

Things that change (and don’t) after baby

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I’ve been a mother now for 3+ years. Sweet Pea turned three in January, Sissy is now 7 months, and we have another coming this September. I’ve got this “mom” thing down, I… Continue reading

It’s [Not] A Small World After All…

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  We live in a small town in Western Maryland. Population less than 4,000. Crime rate? So low its practically not even measurable. The photo above shows pretty much all of the town.… Continue reading