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Month: July 2017

The State Who Must Not Be Named (Fine, it’s Delaware)

I have a healthy respect for 49 of our 50 states. They bring their own unique colors to this beautiful tapestry we call America. Except Delaware. I’ve never been to Delaware. Begrudgingly I will one day I suppose. But you have Read more…


Table 14: Compound of Dreams

35 minutes of Aerobics, 54 minutes of unidentified “Sport.” That was the report back from the exercise tracker on my Fitbit after Alex and Travis’ wedding. (Oh right, guys I got a new Fitbit so you don’t need to worry about Read more…


There’s a Holiday for That: Excuses to Celebrate Every Day of the Year

Life is too short not to celebrate every chance we get.

This post contains affiliate links. Thanks for your support to keep this blog chugging along! We have a tradition in our family of gifting each other Shutterfly photo calendars for Christmas. They are always my favorite present (except the one Read more…


10 Mommy Mashups: Because Parenting Deserves a Soundtrack

If we learned anything from Glee, it’s that a well done musical mashup can make you laugh, make you cry, and earn you a trip to Nationals even if your dance moves are just okay. It’s in this spirit of entertainment Read more…


Roller Blades & Deceit

A story of roller blades, missing teeth, and lies.

Rolling with my Homies Glen and I were taking a walk on a bike trail a few years ago and we saw a guy on roller blades. Totally unprovoked, Glen turned to me and said “Hahaha, you would look ridiculous Read more…


Am I Hungry Enough to Eat That?

I have a long commute to work. Like “bring water and other survival supplies” long. It’s not horrible though because I can pretend to be intellectual and listen to NPR, pretend to be cool and listen to Kiss 108 nodding Read more…


Lies the Internet Told Me

Lies the internet told me. Including but not limited to kale, driving directions, and childbirth playlists.

The internet is glorious. I honestly do not know how to parent my children without it and that’s not in any way an exaggeration. Amazon Prime has been the catalyst to my close personal friendships with both our UPS and Read more…


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