I'm having a lot more fun recycling now that we Fort Waynians have those great new recycling bins.
I dropped my daughter off at summer camp this morning, a bittersweet time for both of us. It's her first time at camp. She looked a bit glum as I drove away.
I got a lesson in how grown up my daughter has become last week when she went to see "Transformers 3" on opening day with her buddy from down the street.
I didn't follow the disgusting and sad saga of the Casey Anthony trial, but when the verdict of not guilty was announced, all I wanted to do was go home and hug my children.
I would have blogged earlier, but the 3-year-old gave me strep throat. He doesn't get sick too often, but when he does, only mommy's lap will do.
Fort Wayne was recently named by MSN as one of the top 10 places to "start over," thanks to our relatively stable economy, prospects for employment and low housing costs.
Kids are gross. They don't tell you how gross they are when you first announce your pregnancy. Everyone's all "oh, congratulations!
One of the things that hinders my ability to be a good mom is chronic pain.
It's hard to believe but it's been almost 9 years since our daughter Emma emerged into the world.
With the news we were expecting our first child (almost 10 years ago now! Wow!), we documented everything.