Author Archives: Jill

First, let me just acknowledge that I am usually a little skeeved out by the weird words/terms other people use to refer to their breastmilk- milkies, moomies, bobos, whatever… it’s all weird to me. Except also? Lowell calls it MoMos. So here I am seeing you and understanding that that is a weird thing for […]

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R.I.P. Bluebonnet Hill. As of today, it’s totally leveled. The developers think a 7-11 is what we need. Never mind that we have a Walmart and a gas station literally across the street. The people need Slurpees, I suppose. A photo posted by Jill Krause (@babyrabies) on Mar 23, 2016 at 6:53pm PDT If you’ve […]

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“Mom, so glad you took these pictures! I’m going to use them in my book I Survived The Destruction Of Texas.” – Kendall, 7.5 Did you hear about the destruction of Texas? Or at least that giant hail storm- like literally GIANT HAIL the size of softballs. I heard it made national news. Well, this […]

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I’m writing today on behalf of Responsibility.org and #TalkEarly. I am honored to be an ambassador for them this year.  I am paid for my involvement, but all opinions are my own. “You have to learn to take responsibility for your own actions.” We repeat this phrase over and over again in our house. Do […]

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Time goes so fast. They grow up in the blink of an eye. Blah cliche blah blah cliche. Before you know it, you’re sending your sweet chubby baby whose butt cheeks spilled over the top of her size 1 diapers the minute she was born off to Kindergarten… which happens to be free, and close […]

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Every morning I wake my kids and ask them, “Did you grow last night?” And then I exclaim, “I think you did!” Kendall, almost 8, is nearly to the point of rolling his eyes, though he does indulge me with a smile every now and then. Lowell, 2.5, chatters excitedly, “Yup! I grow, momma! Beeeg!” […]

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