E – Sowwy I hit the barn daddy. Me – It’s ok baby. You’re ok. Next time just ride around it, not into it. E – Yeah, I think that’s a good idea. Me – Ya think? Words cannot begin to describe how amazingly proud of these two girls I am. Just a couple […]Read More And the (training) wheels come off!
E – …and you said the S-word. Me – What? No I didn’t say the S-word. E – Yes you did. You said it. Me – When? E – You said that was Stupid. Me – Ohhhhh that S-word. Yeah…sorry I said that. E – You should be sorry daddy. Every parent wants their kid […]Read More Well S-h-!-t!
Me – But you promised me that you’d stay 5 forever! E – I’m really sorry dad, I’m growing up and I can’t stop it. Me – But you promised. E – Don’t cry daddy, it’ll be ok. Me – I’m not crying, I just want you to stay little. E – I’m still […]Read More Birthday Party Crashers
Oh you know…just getting dressed up Me-Where are you two going dressed like that? E-We’re going to a party. H-Yeah so we had to get dressed up. Me-I can see that. Is it a costume party. E-No, just a cool party. H-Well, we gotta go. Bye Dad. Me-It was nice talking with ya. […]Read More Beyond Cute
H-Will you scratch my back? Me-Sure. H-Higher…lower…higher…lower…no higher. Me-Your back isn’t that big. H-I know but ur missing it. I think one of the more amazing things about little kids is when they say or do something that seems well beyond their years. For what seems like forever now, the girls have been doing […]Read More Scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours
E- Dad, when am I gonna be 5 already? Me- Um, this time next year. Why? E- Cause I’m ready for school. Me- How about you don’t wish away your childhood and enjoy preschool? E- Fine! Whatever! All the posts on Facebook this week about people’s kids going back to school, or going to school […]Read More First day of school…next year.
Last week we were greeted with the perfectly timed summer illness that struck both of the girls pretty hard. It hit Hudson first, over night which meant I would stay home from work with her for a day. When Tracey brought Elle home, she too was running a fever and was about to be out […]Read More A glimpse into the future?