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Last year shortly before we moved, BFF Kim was heavy with child. Her sixth. In the way of the doctor she was given a Hallelujah Praises Be date. A date for induction. And the instructions were thus: Call the hospital in the morning and ask if they have a bed available. If they do, great….

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Rent-A-Wreck

Jake met me at the airport yesterday. I had to return the Ferrari and the boys were just rolling into town… in their own unique style. While making arrangements for our trip, we decided to rent a car for the round trip. Family had offered to let us borrow, but we didn’t want to leave…

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The Kitchen Sink

My burden felt light as my sister dropped Sam and I off at the airport on Tuesday morning. I checked our bags and collected our boarding passes. But as we walked toward security, I felt like something was missing. I investigated, but found nothing misplaced. Travel is second nature lately. The last 18 months we’ve…

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My Boys

The sun makes my boys sneeze. Direct sunlight. As soon as they walk outdoors… let the sneezing begin. All of them. Like father, like sons. But once they get the sneezes out of their system, it’s over. Until next time. Can you see their sneezes here? I’m enjoying my time. With my boys. Sam has…

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A Day Off

This is my niece Lily Jane. We’re crocheting buddies. I made her hat. She’s making a scarf.She’s two months older than Josh. Her mom {Becky} and I lived next door to each other when we were pregnant. Can you think of anything more satisfying? Living next to your sister who is your best friend while…

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Homeschooling… Our History {Part II}

Click here for Part I. I mentioned that I was nodding my head in agreement while I read A Thomas Jefferson Education: Teaching A Generation of Leaders For the Twenty-First Century. {Hereafter referred to as TJEd} One of the points that brought on the bobble-head effect: Chapter Three: Three Systems of Schooling. Lots of bobbling…

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