H-I can’t jump in the pool cause my friend Alice, that I work with, stole my muchness. Me-Aw, that’s so sad. Do you think she’ll give it back if Kasey calls her and asks for it? H-I think so. Thanks. Following the “phone call” that Kasey made to Hudson’s friend Alice to get her “braveness” […]Read More Alice stole my muchness.
When I was a kid I never understood why my mom would get mad at me for saying things like Heck, Freakin, Crap, etc. I mean I wasn’t really saying the words was I? I was saying a relatively close alternative that started with the same letter, but it wasn’t actually the real word. Nothing […]Read More What in the…?
H- At Nana and Pops house Uncle Chris has to watch tv in the window. Me- He what? H- He haff to watch tv in the window cause he a bad boy. Me- Oh…cause he wouldn’t eat…Nana and Pops made him face away from the tv cause he wouldn’t eat. H- yep. he was a […]Read More Mind your table manners.
Me- Since you guys were so good this weekend you can have a piece of gum. H- Thanks dad. Thank you for the gum. I love you. E- Yeah thanks dad. You so handsome today. After a recent bout with some disciplinary problems, I’ve cut the girls off from getting candy and treats for a […]Read More Flattery will get you everywhere
Some things the girls are just born with and some things they’ve picked up from us as parents, family and friends. Their beautiful blue eyes, stunning looks, incredible personal drive, toughness and being twins, they got from their mommy. Being outgoing, friendly (almost to a fault), excitable, accident-prone and energetic, I’d like to think they […]Read More Nature vs. Nurture
Judging by my girls’ ability to swiftly navigate an iPad, iPod touch and iPhone at only 4 years old, it’s easy to say that this generation of kids has it a little differently than when I grew up. At their age, my kids are more tech savvy than my father. Now that’s not a slam […]Read More I had an Atari 2600.
It’s hard to believe, but last weekend was our first trip to the pool all summer for the girls. With the never-ending rain from the spring, our regular pools (Mammaw’s and Aunt Selma’s) were slow to open because they couldn’t get them cleared up. Plus, the rain makes a day at the pool kind of […]Read More Everybody in the Pool!