Me- Elle you want your barrettes in to keep your hair out of your face? E- Yes, and I want ponytails…braided…like Hudsy. Me- Perfect. Why not? I’ll admit that as a kid, I spent a good deal of time around my mom and my grandmothers, which presented me with the opportunity to learn […]Read More The hardest part of having girls.
H-I don’t like potatoes. Me- you have to at least try them. H-I did…at Mammaws…and I didn’t like them there either. Me- Well try them again. You have to have at least one. H-I think they make my throat hurt. Me-Hmmm…nice try. When the girls were just babies, they were able to get […]Read More Excuses are like…
E-Is this marshmallow done dad? Me-Well you haven’t held it close to the fire…so no. E-Duh. Me-Did you just say ‘duh’? E-Yeah…Duh! Me-Oh Jesus. A little over a year ago I started chronicling everything funny the girls said by using my Twitter account. What started off as me just having a way to […]Read More What a difference a year makes.
It’s not often you have the opportunity to meet a person who has such a profound impact on his family the way Tracey’s grandfather, Albert DelPico (PawPaw) had on his. I remember the first time I met him, his reputation was already built up in my head as a man who cared for, and helped […]Read More Some things just aren’t that funny.