Hi there from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York where you'll find light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back and exhale, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
hey there, i guess that is what i was thinking maybe some sort of list on twitter or in our special needs group that lists everyone's blog so ppl can pick up each others buttons and follow etc. and what were you doing up at 3am missy? i would not be able to function if i was up all night! i can hardly function now! lol good luck today what time is your dr appointment?
God bless you with 4 boys! Yesterday I babysat a 10 month old boy along with my 2 boys and the girl next door. If that was not a wake up call that I was not ready for another baby.....!
I just started a ning forum for moms of boys, if you'd like to join. It's brand new so I'm just putting it out there. Mamma's Boys
Same to you. I just looked at your blog and love your photos and am impressed with your hubby's career change; good for him. I love to cook as well and have eaten up at the CIA in New York--a great experience. In fact, my favorite fantasy vacations would be eating and wining (the drinking, not complaining type).
Tell me about it! I feel like it was just yesterday that I cam home with the first one. I have two girls and two boys. My girls are 8 & 6, and my boys are 4 & 8 months. It definitely goes way too fast! I love having four though. It's a great number, but you know that already. :)
Annissa--thanks! Posting chapters from a book as I write *is* nerve wracking. Who wants the world to see them at their rough draft worst??? BUT, I do love it, and people give me great feedback. It's a good way to learn. :) I'm headed out to find your blogs...
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