How To Choose Your Words

How To Choose Your Words

Me: Aaron, What did you have for related arts today at school? Aaron: I don't know. It's a long name. Me: What?!? Tell me what you did there and maybe I can figure it out. Aaron: Well...we touched cotton balls and sandpaper. Me: Why? What for? Aaron: We learned that cotton balls are like saying [...]

An Old Story for TBT

I am the only girl in the house. I have my husband, a 6yr old, and a 3 yr old. My boys can drive me absolutely INSANE but at the same time they make me laugh each and every day. The things my boys say and do are hilarious. The things they make me say [...]

Conflict Corner

Driving to the mall this afternoon I was listening to an audio book. The narrator was talking about how boys on the playground can give each other bloody noses and then be best friends again the next day. Isaiah: "Just like conflict corner!" Me: "Conflict what?" Isaiah: "Conflict Corner is a place in my P.E. [...]

Teleport To The Free Market

Teleport To The Free Market

He was in a recliner. On one side was a giant stuffed gorilla and a gigantic fluffy dog on the other. He threw them violently to the floor but remained seated. "This is nice. I like that this seat has cookies and lemonade. Now I have to swim. I'll have to use my swimming suit." He brought the invisible cookie [...]

14 Places To Hide Dirty Laundry!

14 Places To Hide Dirty Laundry!

I wonder what it's like to do laundry in a home where all of the dirty clothes are in a designated location. I think it's called a hamper. Maybe some people are more familiar with the term laundry basket. Here in my family we like to play a little game called "Hide & Go Seek [...]

Daddy Is Better Than You

Anyone have a mama's boy? What about a daddy's boy?   We have one of each. My oldest is an absolute mama's boy. I love it! My younger son is all about daddy. Yesterday on the way to church I was educating my children on some old school kind of music that I enjoy. I sang [...]

Batman Infographic

I've come to the point in motherhood where my children are interested in things that my brain doesn't want to comprehend. I get the basic super hero plots. I know who's who in the Marvel world. Now my oldest is going through a Batman phase. Batman is from DC Comics...not Marvel. I don't like him. [...]

When I Grow Up

Isaiah: when I grow up I'm going to do what you're doing for a living. (I'm commenting on a Facebook conversation) Me: what are you talking about? Isaiah: I'm going to type text messages for a living. ***** Future social media manager????