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Reflections and a new year

A new year, 2010. Each year since Emma's earthly body left us I feel a sense of growth and disbelief.




Growth in my faith, relationship with the Lord and amazement how far the Lord has carried me through this journey. He is forever faithful and I know fully well pain is a blessing. Yet, I still feel a sense of unbelief at how quickly the years pass. In May, this year will mark the fifth year since Emma's death. Five years?? That is the length of time it takes to have a…
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Added by Mommy Grits on May 18, 2010 at 5:16pm — No Comments

Cat's out of the bag

Yep, it's out of the bag...I did something today which is absolutely unheard of.



Unimaginable.



Unthinkable.



I spent 5 1/2 (cause that 1/2 counts) hours WITHOUT SMALL CHILDREN.



Hellooooooo....Tap Tap...can ya hear me??



Three of those hours were spent ALONE. Well, except for Bo the Bulldog. And he doesn't yell at me to locate Gogurts or to find a Hannah Montana show On Demand. Or to be taken to Stick and Puck. Or follow me to the… Continue

Added by Mommy Grits on July 1, 2009 at 10:13pm — 1 Comment

That Amish Barbie is waaay too sexy for her prayer cap

I'll admit it. Imaginative play with my children usually ends up in disaster. My kids are bossy and their bossiness combined with my lack of imagination, short attention span and dislike for being told what to make MY toy say makes certain types of play un-fun.



At a young age we nicknamed Peyton the "toy dictator" because of his bossiness when playing GI Joe, transformers, spiderman or whatever little man action figure he was obsessed with at the time. At age nine he has grown out of… Continue

Added by Mommy Grits on June 30, 2009 at 7:01pm — No Comments

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