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Monthly Archives: March 2009

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The Afro-Puff!  Lots of people like seeing the Girl’s hair like this, including us.  But she…not so much.  So she gave us a rare treat today.

And the wonderful, beautiful and talented Wife…

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It’s a Hard Knock Life

Just as the Wife was bringing them dinner the Girl slipped off the couch and fell to the floor with a loud THUD!
“Are you ok?”  The Wife asked, giving the Boy his bowl of pasta.
“Oww, I bumped my finger…”  She moaned.  “It hurts.”
“Never mind,”    The Wife comforted her with a little hug.
Then the Boy, barely […]

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Timber!

Last week we had to take down a tree in our back yard.  It was one of the oldest trees and biggest trees we had and was a landmark feature in our yard.  But the old willow tree had seen better days and was dying and dropping branches all over the place so it wasn’t […]

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You Know You Have Suburban Kids When?

Last weekend we took a long overdue trip into NYC to visit the American Museum of Natural History.  For the kids it was their first visit to the city that they’re old enough to remember and it was my first visit to the Museum so we were really excited.  It was a nice day trip […]

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Spring Madness!

On Sunday Mother Nature was kind enough to give us a break from the frigid weather with temps in the sixties!   Ahhhh, a taste of Spring!   The kids, sick and tired of Old Man Winter, showed their approval by having a “Spring Madness Water Dance” on the back porch — with cold water.  […]

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The Diversions of a Three Year Old

I think  something happens to a kid when they turn 3 that makes them more inventive.  It’s like as soon as they blow out those three candles on the cake their brain gets a download that upgrades the part that instructs them how to creatively avoid getting in trouble — I call that part of […]

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