Archive for September, 2008

Bad Mother

Tuesday, September 30th, 2008

Things have not been going well around here. Ane is still suffering from “quesadillas” and Tad went to the doctor yesterday for his three-year-old checkup. He’s fine, but you tell him that after two shots. Dinner turned into a battle royal – which I was really hoping it wouldn’t become. I had made chicken stir […]

A new word for a bodily function

Monday, September 29th, 2008

Ane did not have an easy weekend. For some reason – and I’m tenatively blaming the apple cider I picked up at Yakima Fruit Market on Friday – her digestive system was just wrecked on Saturday. Why blame the apple cider? Well, it was pasteurized, but it was an unfiltered cider. And contrary to what […]

The Big 3-0

Sunday, September 28th, 2008

Well, that’s it. I am officially out of my twenties. Today is my 30th birthday. I’m actually okay with being 30. Honestly. It’s easy to say that when you’re the youngest in a group of friends who have all been in their 30’s for a LONG time. And yes, I’m sure my siblings will tease […]

More potty fun

Thursday, September 25th, 2008

Once upon a time (last January), I wrote this post. In it, I mention a Little Tikes log cabin that once existed at our local kids’ salon. And the staff at the salon called it “the outhouse” because kids would invariably go in, close the door, and get a little privacy. Tad was no exception. […]