I want Coleman to love things. To love life. To love friends. To love family. To love reading. To love soccer or lacrosse or chess or whatever activity he chooses. Jason is a very loyal, passionate person. He is a super fan of so many things, including Cole and I. I want Coleman to feel … Continue reading I’m A Mormon – Love It
After multiple emails from you, my kind and thoughtful readers, wondering where in the heck I have been - I have finally bit the bullet and entered the blogging world again. I've wanted to give you all an update for a little while now but after so long, I felt the heavy weight of thinking … Continue reading All Is Well
Honestly, blogging has not really crossed my mind over the last few weeks. Between crazy work deadlines and beautiful spring weather (i.e. yanking out all the yard muck accumulated over the winter and endless bike rides with a new training-wheeled 3-year-old and his friends), time has vanished into thin air. I've had my Silhouette maxed … Continue reading A Beautiful Fresh Start
I'm here sitting by the pool with the sun shining down and a pile of books loaded on my Kindle. What could be better than that for the birthday girl? I find myself settling into my vacation - physically, mentally, emotionally letting go of stresses or deadlines, lists of things to do and not enough … Continue reading You Deserve a Break Today
It's winter. Last week Cole was cooped up in the house with a nasty cold - which means no friends could come over to break up the day. And the television was on way too much. Oh well. I definitely work hard at not wishing each stage of his life away to something better but … Continue reading Two Thumbs Up for Television. There. I Said It.
Three years. Is it possible that you have only been with us for three years? I watch the slideshow of baby photos that kicks on when our AppleTV is on pause and can't believe you were ever so tiny. I want to grab each photo and hold it, stare at it and remember each moment … Continue reading 3 is a Great Year
I am sitting here at the computer and I see the little clock hit noon on the day after our family reunion. Cole is still asleep. I keep checking his video monitor to make sure he has moved or is stirring because his normal routine is to be ready for the day by 6:30 am. … Continue reading As Cole Turns Two-and-a-Half