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Geeking Out - Disney!

Dear Erin,

School has started, so summer must be over. I’m glad about that; for a lot of reasons, September was welcome this year. We’ve had a few days recently that have even felt a little like fall here. 255 more words

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You're Stronger Than You Think

“Mommy I’m scared. I can’t breathe.”

You never want to hear your child say that to you. And when my four-year-old daughter recently said it to me one night around 2am when her cough went from 0-60 out of nowhere, I didn’t waste a second getting her to the emergency room. 734 more words

Children

How Cool is Your Dad?

Our dad was AWESOME (yes, you must sing the last word here!)!  Our parents were outstanding but in completely different ways.  It took the two of them to create we three monster sisters, but this story is about Dad. 505 more words

The Mighty Snake Plant

I’m a big fan of the Sansevieria trifasciata, (AKA: snake plant, viper’s bowstring hemp, mother-in-law’s tongue or Saint George’s sword).  You’ve probably character around various office buildings, doctor’s offices, etc.  767 more words

Being A Hedge Witch

Mal: Seven Months Old

For the record I actually took this photo on 9/9, so it’s only a week late.

I didn’t really get a “perfect” (read: baby more or less centered, in focus, number visible) shot this month, especially since my bestickered “helper” Dakota was in almost every shot. 38 more words

Photography

Muffin Tips

I bake a lot of muffins.  They are such handy, delicious little packages to deliver nutrients to my kiddos.  You can sneak all kinds of stuff into muffins that your kids will not normally eat: zucchini, wheat germ, etc (this works for adults too!)  They go easily in lunchboxes, they are good breakfast foods, they use up ingredients that may beyond their raw prime (I’m looking at… 674 more words

Recipes

The Right Word - Roget and His Thesaurus ~ Picture Book & KID KANDY

by Angie Quantrell @AngieQuantrell

The Right Word – Roget and His Thesaurus

By Jen Bryant

Illustrated by Melissa Sweet

(Eerdmans Books for Young Readers, 2014) 257 more words