Monthly Archives: October 2009

The Terrorist Terrible Twos are here. Kendall is a full blown toddler who spends his days screaming, whining, screeching, flailing, biting and hitting (the biting and hitting have only been inflicted on me, so far). I’d seen shades of this before we left for DC last week, but it matured and bloomed, transforming my sweet […]

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Many of you know that we are close friends with Amy and Srinu Regeti. They own Regeti’s Photography out of Warrenton, VA and photograph people all over the Greater Washington D.C. area. We were so thrilled to hang out with them this week since we haven’t been able to chat much since we moved away […]

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Thank you to the passenger on the Enterprise bus who smiled warmly at my tantruming toddler and handed him a sticker with a train on it. Thank you to the Enterprise bus driver who was so kind and helpful with our bags and stroller and who, after we began to profusely apologize for forgetting to […]

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You know, *those* parents? The ones with the kid on the plane that everyone is annoyed by? Yeah… that would be us last Sunday. It was absolutely us. Scott has some business to take care of this week back in our old stomping grounds, so we took off on a 2.5 hour flight to DC […]

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The story caught my attention first when I saw a random tweet, something along the lines of “A 6 year old flying away in a craft project??” Minutes later I read the story out of Fort Collins. I turned CNN on and couldn’t avert my eyes the rest of my son’s 2 hour nap. I […]

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Today I was in the mood to craft. It’s a mood that strikes a couple times a month, usually when my house is at it’s messiest and I have about a million other things I should be doing besides going to the fabric and craft store, but I just have to run with it when […]

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Despite my Navy Brat upbringing that took me all over the western part of the country (including way west- Hawaii) by the time I was 12, Texas will always be “home” to me. I spent 7th grade through high school graduation in a small, South Texas town with only one stop light, two flashing lights […]

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I do not know WTF is going on in my original post about Dimples Cupcakes and the CEO calling me diabolical. It’s still up if you want to take a look at it here. You can go there to read the email exchange between us, including the full email he sent me that included this […]

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