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Just this mo nth I started running, again. Again, being the keyword. For me running meets a need, which is working out on a regular basis (well, that's my goal). The beauty of running is that I can walk out... Continue reading
Posted Jun 28, 2010 at Rocky Mountain Moms Blog
Yes, we found someone that will stay in contact with us. Just lives a town away and they have a wonderful family. He will be very loved!
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Thanks Nancy, good news in we found him a wonderful home through friends of a friend. Facebook and word of mouth did it's magic. It's the best situation, even though we are sad I am content knowing he is in a good home.
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Thanks Grace! Glad to hear we can do it, sometimes I wonder if my girls will just be too overwhelmed. I've been trying babysteps and making them a part of the process, so they don't look in their closets and wonder where everything went.
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Thanks Lori! Sometimes it's easier said then done, but feeling ready is one of my biggest obstacles. I am sure I'll post a follow up in a month or so. It's nice to take on a different perspective about having stuff and more importantly acquiring stuff. I can actually leave Target now with out an extra bag of unwanted stuff!
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Honestly the 3 kids under 18 months is enough to give you a pass on any sense of humor you see fit to get you through these next few years, in my humble opinion.
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My new Bento Blog.. http://coloradobento.blogspot.com/
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Hi Aviva, I hope my question didn't come off in the wrong way. The reason why I asked was because a private school seems like it would meet and nourish your needs completely as family, inclusive of very important holidays and a sensitivity that public education will always struggle to meet. There are so many fine lines teachers/admins walk and a Christian centered viewpoint is typically at the top of that list. I am glad to hear you are happy with their education, we have just transitioned to a new school that seems to fit our family much more inclusively, which makes me thrilled. I look forward to meeting you soon (hopefully!). -D
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my hubby was reading this over my shoulder and you gave him a good laugh. If Bill takes your advice on the room cleaning, can you please make me a DVR of the episode, I'm all in favor.
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I was jealous of Kate having a birthday cake made for her by Duff (Ace of Cakes). I'm a fan of the show, but not sure I feel about their lives being tabloid fodder!
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It's amazing how different each child is, with the same upbringing, guidance, and genetics! I hope you're doing better picking a name for number two then we did, it was very hard for us!
Toggle Commented Mar 19, 2009 on The Second Baby at Rocky Mountain Moms Blog
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Were the winners announced?
Toggle Commented Mar 18, 2009 on DreamBox Giveaway Contest at NYC Moms
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I do see what you see, btw, I think we need to get together when you get back into town..it's been too long!
Toggle Commented Feb 27, 2009 on Do you see what I see at Rocky Mountain Moms Blog
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I never had soda growing up, we were an ice tea family and to be quite honest I never developed a taste for it. I allow my girls sweets in moderation, but only after they've given their meal a good effort (not a clean plate!).
Toggle Commented Feb 16, 2009 on Candy Girl at Silicon Valley Moms Blog
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I've let go of all the judgements I made about this "mother". We glorify Jon and Kate on TV, why not add this one to the list. And I will refrain from sharing all of my opinions about having so many children with a world full of disappearing resources!
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