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Well hold on to your seats this may be a long one tonight.....



I want to start by saying I now live in the same town I went to two years of high school. Which is okay except those two years were my freshman and sophomore years. I may be the only one who thinks this, but I thought high school was just a "stage of life," the stage you try your whole life to forget or at least have several great laughs at the most embarrassing part of your life......Well today alone I ran into 5 yes 5… Continue

Added by identity theft sucks! on August 25, 2008 at 11:43pm — 1 Comment

how young is too young?

Katie and I spent almost everyday for the first 14 months of her life together literally just her and I with the occasional Mimi and Papa visit . My hubby deployed when she was 2-3 months old and returned right before her 1st birthday, then a few weeks after her 1st birthday he left for a few schools and was in and out until he left for deployment this time. So it was REALLY just her and I before Collin was born and I loved every minute of it, but now I am paying for it. That entire time Katie… Continue

Added by identity theft sucks! on August 25, 2008 at 11:39pm — No Comments

How old are you

So we were going to a BBQ today at 5:00pm, so I got everything ready to take, the car was loaded and my 2year old daughter yells "Wait!! Mommy I'm not ready I need my necklace and my dancer shoes and my purse and my hair Oh No my hair I need a ponytail!! HELP MOMMY HELP!!!" (word for word) I made sure to write it down right than because it was just to funny. So I go help her find a necklace that "fit just right" she said and her dancer shoes...Black dress shoes that had rubber soles that she… Continue

Added by identity theft sucks! on August 23, 2008 at 11:41pm — No Comments

Priceless!!

So Katie came to me tonight right before bed time with a Mickey Mouse key chain and said "mommy Mickey Mouse said I can have a snack' and I said 'well Mickey Mouse did not ask mommy and mommy said no". She looked at the key chain and said "I Told YOU Mickey Mouse" and walked away!

Added by identity theft sucks! on July 31, 2008 at 9:22pm — No Comments

What a day--Monday July 28th 2008

Let me start by saying ahhhhhh today has not been my day. So I take Katie to swimming lessons today which was so much fun and I had Collin with us as well so all 3 of us were in our swimming soups (as Katie says) and I realize I left our change of clothes bag and Collin's lunch bag on the floor of the garage. Why? you ask because I was running late and then my car wouldn't start (my brand new car) so as I'm trying to figure out what was wrong I gave it one more try and it turned on. I call the… Continue

Added by identity theft sucks! on July 28, 2008 at 12:00pm — No Comments

I love being a Mom!

So this week I got to keep my friends daughter who is 9 and her cousin who is also 9 on top of my 2 babies, I loved it!! I had so much fun not to mention that Katie had a blast with the girls. It makes me want Katie to grow up so fast, but I really don't want to miss this age especially knowing that Shawn is missing this age.



We are really bad for you food, stayed up late and watched Hannah Montana. I really got into her show.....I guess that's part of being a mom, getting into the… Continue

Added by identity theft sucks! on July 26, 2008 at 8:45pm — No Comments

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I have a friend that said she loved this site so I thought I'd check it out! This page will be a work in progress for awhile.

Added by identity theft sucks! on July 7, 2008 at 1:19am — No Comments

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