The other day at breakfast, Munchkin looked at me and said, “Mommy, when I'm in college, what grade will Squeaker be in?”
“When you start college, your brother will be starting his sophomore year of high school, and your sister will be starting eighth grade,” I told him.
When my mom and sisters and I flew in for our girls' weekend, it took three travel itineraries to get us all here. Mom and my youngest sister flew together, my middle sister flew later in the day from the same place, and I flew in from DC.
My middle sister was the last to get there. She
My mom and sisters and I recently went to San Francisco for our first ever girls' weekend. And it started in true family tradition.
We broke a cable car.
Okay, it was broken before we got to it, but we did watch it get repaired before we were allowed to board. They had to replace the cable
Happy Monday, y’all! It’s been a crazy last week for me – traveling, sick kids, general clumsiness, etc. – and I’m so glad to be getting back into my normal routine! But I haven’t had time to prep a general theme this week, so instead, you’re getting ten random
Of all three of my kids, Squeaker's the one who resists change the most. So the moving and all of our traveling this summer was a little rough on him. He's adjusting, but well… I'll let him tell you about preschool.
“I cried… and I cried… and I cried…
Y'all, I've been saving my favorite summer Squeaker story for you, and today, because I'm off seeing the world, I pulled it out just for you! Enjoy!
While we were in Kansas, we stayed with SuperHubby’s sister on her small farm. She has chickens, goats, and horses. (Side note: great