Moms and kids the world over have a daily battle as old as time... bedtime. Mothers know that it's very simple. Brush your teeth, go potty, read a book, get a kiss goodnight and off to dream land. Kids have a different plan. Usually involves the mothers version but about fifty more times of going… Continue reading Not So Different
I've had people randomly ask me over the last 6 years if I have any parenting advice for new parents of twins. My answer is always the same, "If you can survive the first 3 months you have it made." Sometimes I get a confused look but usually they get it. No joke! I still… Continue reading Advice
My baby "A", Reagan, is probably the most shy out of all my kids. She is more than happy to melt into the wall and let her twin take the lead on just about everything but every now and then you can catch her in a silly mood. Awhile ago I was walking up the… Continue reading Booty Shake
What can be said of Reagan? She is the oldest of my twins by 18 minutes. Her nicknames say some of it. Lil miss, tiny, hugs a lot and of course the title, spider monkey. She is our lover. Reagan gives hugs and kisses freely to her family and is always ready to give more… Continue reading Spider Monkey
Bear, Panda, Jami's mini me.... my oldest daughter goes by and heard those all her life. I've written about her in several occasions lately. She is my 19 year old going on 30 year old that spent the first 12 years of her life with me all to herself. So to say that she was… Continue reading Mini Me
There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind. ~ C. S. Lewis
Our Christmas was full of traveling from Central Oregon to Portland to Monmouth but it was worth it. To see the faces of happinesses and joy this morning. Merry Christmas to one and all!!!!
I grew up with a mother who was very protective. She fought battles for me like a fierce lioness and heaven help the people she was defending me from. Now I may be a little more relaxed than my mom but not by much. So heres the warning for all those boys out there that… Continue reading Don’t Poke The Bear