Tag Archives: Children

Chicken Wire to the Rescue

Last week I broke down and decided that I needed to clean up the backyard and get ready for winter. The summer warmth has lingered and lured us into believing that we will never have winter, but I suspect that … Continue reading

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Teens and Chicks

Five AM is not the absolute best time to call me. But I did receive a call this morning at five AM and was delighted! My new chicks had arrived at the post office in their little packing box. So … Continue reading

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Fall Schedules

There is no sweeter sound to the human ear than the “Bing” of the email announcing the school open-houses. From the news that I can gather from around the country, school is either back in or will be by Monday. … Continue reading

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Recycling

With only a few weeks of “freedom” left the kids are restless. They are bored and some will even admit to being ready for school to begin. We have done a lot of things this summer and had a lot … Continue reading

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Bigger and Better

Have you ever sat in a room while two young children scrambled through Lego boxes? It is loud! Not the bickering, but the scratching through looking for that perfect piece. And of course when one finds that perfect piece then … Continue reading

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Wart Goo

  Aren’t children wonderful? I just love having kids. The little things they do to make a mother smile. The big things they do to make a mother cry. The daily things they do to make a mother insane! It … Continue reading

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Summer Camps and New Teens

This is the time of the year that most moms scramble around trying to find summer camps for their kids. I am certainly in the thick of it. The older I get the more I scramble. Because you know, if … Continue reading

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