Category Archives: family

Learning Halloween

We picked out the perfect pumpkin for carving.  We took our time while visiting grandma and grandpa in Michigan and made sure it was the right size and shape to carve into the perfect Jack-O-Lantern. This being said, the boy … Continue reading

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Great Grandfather

I was going through some of my old stories I’ve written but have never really shared and decided the piece I’m about to post was something I needed to.  It’s a bit of creative non-fiction pertaining to my great grandfather. … Continue reading

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Goofy Traits

Sometimes my son acts goofy.  Okay, so my 2 year old acts goofy all of the time.  What 2 year old doesn’t?  But sometimes when he’s getting goofy he’ll snicker a certain way, or make a noise, or wring his … Continue reading

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A Day Playing

The purpose of our road trip this past weekend was to visit family.  We hadn’t seen my grandma since Christmas and figured we’d better before our son got too big she didn’t remember him.  What started out as a quick … Continue reading

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Perfect Weekend

Have you ever had a feeling of joy because of how a day went?  Have you ever thought back over the last 48 hours and thought to yourself, it doesn’t get much better than this?  I am thinking that right … Continue reading

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The Holiday Rush

Many of you may have noticed I haven’t posted anything in the last few weeks. I’ve noticed, yet have not been able to get myself to the computer to put anything down for you to read. It’s crazy how time … Continue reading

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Sleep Regression

I don’t know if this is a thing, but our son has decided he no longer likes going to bed on time or to his own bed.  My wife has mentioned she had heard children may begin to regress in … Continue reading

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