Monthly Archives: April 2010

My Inner-Meemaw

My grandmother, “Meemaw,” is one of the most out-going and loud out-spoken women I know. She can work a room like nobody’s business, loves public speaking/performance, and is not afraid to speak her mind. I, on the other hand, am 100% … Continue reading

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When Nakie Playtime Goes Wrong . . .

There is something irresistible about a naked baby. They are just so stinkin’ cute, soft and cuddly, with their wrinkly bottoms and silky soft skin. Of course, allowing baby to play nakie comes with a certain amount of risk, as … Continue reading

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I Have a Confession to Make …

Sometimes I really, really hate breastfeeding. There, I said it. Sometimes I hate breastfeeding. It seems like such a simple and natural thing, but it is not. Of all the things that stress me about having a baby and being … Continue reading

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Easy for Him to Say!

Rocking the Ironic Tee

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Yesterday Was Plain Awful!

To quote Little Orphan Annie, “Yesterday was plain awful.” Saturday night, Oliver went to bed at 7 pm. We woke him up at 10 pm to eat, and then went to bed. He proceeded to wake up at midnight, 2 … Continue reading

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A Purrrrfect Solution

Almost everything we do with/for Oliver requires our full attention and the use of both hands. Unfortunately, this has left our two furbabies feeling pretty neglected. Apparently, the situation has become so dire that this morning the furry little guys … Continue reading

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A First Time for Everything

Being the mother of a newborn baby is never dull; each day brings a new first. Some are happy — the first giggle, the first “coo.” Some are gross — the first neon diaper, the first pee in the face … Continue reading

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