Monthly Archives: November 2008

Thanksgiving Recipe

This is one of my favorite times of year, and the food is one of the best parts of it!  Our family get-togethers are a smorgasbord of tantalizing delicacies – from the traditional turkey baked to perfection by my mom to … Continue reading

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Lessons from My Child

My sweet baby has been sick all weekend, causing us to stay home from church yesterday since they don’t allow kids with runny noses in the nursery.  Despite the fact that her nose is constantly dripping and her head stuffy, … Continue reading

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A Day with Pa-Paw

We visited my husband’s grandfather at his assisted living home yesterday, and we left there saddened by our experience.  You see, Pa-Paw has dementia, a disease that slowly eats away at his memory.  Our hearts were aching as he asked … Continue reading

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Just Look Up

Another one of my friends lost their job last night.  The numbers are quickly adding up as unemployment skyrockets – and during the worst time of year, too!  We were a part of the statistics this summer as my husband … Continue reading

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Bouncin’ Babies and Supportive Friends

Thursday is my favorite day during the week.  Why Thursdays?  Every week, Hannah and I head to our local library to participate in “Bouncin’ Babies,” a free program designed to teach parents how to have fun with their babies while … Continue reading

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The Mommy Factor

My daughter will be 8 months old next week, and I am amazed at how quickly she has grown – and how little I know as a parent!  As she has begun crawling in the last few weeks, I am … Continue reading

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