Angelique Lorence's Blog Posts Tagged 'advent' (3)

This is why Advent Sucks...

http://www.thepiggytoes.com/2012/12/05/this-is-why-advent-sucks/

I don’t like that word (sucks), but honestly, it’s exactly how I feel about this whole ‘Advent’ thing right now.  Here’s the deal.  On one hand, I have Rocco who is rushing away the days just to get to the next day, the next number, the next gift; and then there’s Roman who is only interested in Advent because…

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Added by Angelique Lorence on December 4, 2012 at 8:22pm — No Comments

Let The Season Begin

*NEW POST* http://www.thepiggytoes.com/2012/12/03/let-the-weekend-begin/

We started off the month with a jam packed weekend!  I knew it was December because of the amount of activities we packed into 2 days.  I’m still alive (and still prego) and all is well with our PiggyToes!  This…

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Added by Angelique Lorence on December 3, 2012 at 1:41pm — No Comments

Our Homemade Advent Calendar

http://www.thepiggytoes.com/2012/11/30/homemade-advent-calendar/

Its always good to have a mama friend keep you up to speed with things such as… the day of the week.  Here we are again, the day before DECEMBER 1st and once again, I forgot to make an Advent Calendar/Tree/Box… anything.  Thankfully, I had my daily text chat with my friend T who was wrapping her kiddos advent gifts…

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Added by Angelique Lorence on November 30, 2012 at 4:34pm — No Comments

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