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The Girl is 4

What do you want for your birthday? “A bike, another bike, a bear, a big bear, a giraffe, a huge one, and everything.” For my daughter’s 4th birthday we are celebrating with a bowling party. There will be bumper pads, bowling shoes, children, cake, presents, and most likely some sort of foot fungus. A far cry…

Celebrating Milestones: Win a Printable Party Pack from Magic Imprints

My daughter turned three on the weekend. I am overjoyed. This is a big deal for me because when I was in the throws of Postpartum every birthday; every milestone, felt like an ending. I dreaded her first steps, prayed she stay a baby longer instead of saying her first word, and cried when she…

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A Birthday

My family celebrated my 32nd Birthday this weekend. I didn’t. 32. That number sounds sticky. It gets balled up in the space between my cheek and gums and gives me dry mouth. Sometimes when I start to say it out loud I get shivers, pee a little, and pass out. I start to think about…

Two Candles

My baby is growing up. We celebrated her second birthday this weekend with friends and family. There were balloons, toddlers, and outdoor voices. I created a Mickey Mouse theme out of ideas I found on… You thought I was going to say Pinterest. Nope. I don’t have time to actual make the stuff I pin….

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It’s My Party…

To celebrate by daughters birthday we picked out a fancy dress. Went out for ice cream. And sang Happy Birthday. There were calls to talk to her from family and squeals of “I’nnn TWO!” from the back seat. But no party is complete. Until someone is crying into the cupboards.   Related Posts:The Perfect SpotFairest…

One Day on your Birthday

When I was young I used to curl up with my mom, finding comfort in her soft lap, mommy perfume, and gentle strokes through my hair from her long finger nails. We would whisper and giggle while I pressed her heart shaped necklace into her skin, making a perfect heart shaped indent. As I grew…

OH Canada! One More Year….

How can you tell your country is one year older? It doesn’t have wrinkles, saddle bags, or crows feet. It doesn’t complain of an aching back, sore knees, or arthritis. There’s no prescriptions for stronger eye glasses, no signs of grey hair, and no hearing loss.     I guess you just celebrate Proud to…

Wordful Wednesday

On Sunday we had a party. Her very first. The balloons were a hit There were many gifts Don’t let this fool you. She wasn’t this still for long. A car? Spoiled! And of course… there was cake!   Leighann Related Posts:Up You GrowSecret Agent ToddlerGrateful for Grands