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Foot Pain



My son Aiden has inherited his father's high arches and his poor feet get so sore! We have had a terrible time finding him shoes to help ease the foot pain.



I have done some research online about foot pain in children and found some helpful articles. We will probably need to invest in some custom… Continue

Added by Tara Robertson on January 11, 2010 at 4:40pm — No Comments

Tea Party

I was recently inspired by my friend J. ( from In the Gutter) who wrote a blog post titled "A Penny Saved... is a Missed Opportunity" that begins with the sentence "What are you saving your China for?". It is a good post and you all should head on over and read it. She has… Continue

Added by Tara Robertson on January 8, 2010 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Conversations With God

God and I had a little discussion recently... it went something like this...



Me: ARGHHH these kids are driving me NUTS!@#^@%$*#&@%$&#



God:
they are beautiful wonderful gifts from me. be thankful. stop your whining.




Me:…
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Added by Tara Robertson on September 3, 2009 at 4:30pm — No Comments

A Boy's Logic







So my I got a note sent home from school today about my son Aiden. Apparently he had two "incidents" today- the first was when he kicked a girl from his class when she stepped into line in front of him on the way to the library. The second was when he punched a different girl for being bossy in french class.…

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Added by Tara Robertson on April 21, 2009 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Blog Partying

Ultimate Blog Party 2009



Welcome to my Ultimate Blog Party 2009 post!



In honour of this fabulous occasion I thought I would share with you the chaos of my life this month (you are SO lucky!!!).



March 1st was my husband's first day in his brand new job (he's a pastor). We moved 14 hours away from our previous home in northeast Saskatchewan to our NEW home in northwestern Ontario. Apparently… Continue

Added by Tara Robertson on March 19, 2009 at 4:30pm — No Comments

It's All About Grade One

Grade One girls crack me up. Seriously. In our old school as soon as I entered the vicinity of Aiden's classroom I would be surrounded by several grade one girls telling me how the day went. I would hear things like "Hi Aiden's mom. Aiden did good today" or "Aiden didn't have a very good day today". They all reminded me of little mom/teachers. So cute.



I THOUGHT that it was because these particular little girls had known Aiden for a couple years and knew me and hence felt comfortable… Continue

Added by Tara Robertson on March 6, 2009 at 4:30pm — No Comments

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