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Author Archives: Amy
Okay. I’m going to just come right out and tell you that I now consider myself to be an expert on dealing with puking children 5 and under. So far this winter, each of my girls has had a puking … Continue reading
This has been the worst week I could have committed to posting every day. Just when I had the audacity to write yesterday “Here’s to hopefully moving beyond the stomach virus and on to bigger and much better things,” I … Continue reading
My plan was to write this, post #6 of 7, during nap time today. Unfortunately, well, this is what I did during “nap time” instead: ^^ Lest you think I’m heartless, she wasn’t crying from being sick but because … Continue reading
Linking up with Conversion Diary 1. Okay, I swore (to myself) that I wasn’t going to post any more about how much winter is crushing my soul and how crummy our never-ending sicknesses have been. But I just can’t help … Continue reading
I met with the principal at the local Catholic school today. Next fall Miss will be starting kindergarten. But since I homeschool my kids, you might wonder why I would bother to meet with a school principal. I had … Continue reading
Last year when Ash Wednesday occurred, I had still not been to church in many years. I had not yet written this post. I had had my one, first experience of praying, but hadn’t allowed myself to think much more … Continue reading
I’ve mentioned before how I like to read the blog 101 Books. I even did a guest post there a few months ago with my 101 Must Read Picture Books list. One of the things that the author of that … Continue reading
In July, I participated in a fun challenge/experiment of posting seven posts in seven days along with lots of other bloggers and Jen from Conversion Diary, who started the whole thing. Well, she’s doing it again. And since she first … Continue reading
Linking up with Conversion Diary. 1. Here’s something I’ve learned about myself: I do not like going to a salon for regular maintenance of any kind. This might be a somewhat new-ish development (maybe since having kids?), because I used … Continue reading