Tagged with Avery

Weekend Rewind

Weekend Rewind

As with most weekends, we spent the majority of it at the ballpark.  On Saturday, Big Daddy had six games of 9/10 baseball at Heritage Park, which we really enjoy.  It’s a very large, very nice park with an actual steam engine that you can get in (although we have to avoid that area on … Continue reading

April Wrap-Up

April Wrap-Up

Things I Did Well in April Laundry!  I was a laundry QUEEN this month.  I do at least two loads a day, plus every other day I wash the diapers.  If Avery’s diaper leaks overnight (he’s only daytime potty trained) then that’s two more loads. Decluttering.  I have two small children and a husband who’s … Continue reading

Let Them Eat Cake

Let Them Eat Cake

With the American Academy of Pediatrics changing their recommendations what seems like every other day, I really wasn’t sure when to introduce solid foods to Jackson.  When Avery was a baby, the recommendation was solidly four months.  By the time Avery was four months old, we were already done breastfeeding for good.  We had struggled … Continue reading

Weekend Rewind

Weekend Rewind

We had a SUPER busy weekend that I’m still recovering from, trying to catch up on the laundry and clutter and such.  (How does a house get messy twice as much when you aren’t even home?!  My guess is the “come in, dump your stuff, grab more stuff, leave, repeat.”) Since we did so much, I’ll … Continue reading

It’s Spreading!

As you all know, my poor Little A has already been confirmed with strep a couple days ago. When he was at the doctor, he had a fine rash (lots of teeny red dots) all over his torso and sort of starting onto his cheeks and legs. The doctor saw this and knew right away … Continue reading

Only Cool Kids Get Strep

Only Cool Kids Get Strep

Avery has strep throat. Again. This is the second time in one month. I’ll spare y’all the trouble (and the copay) and go ahead and let you know that when the doctor says to take the antibiotics for the whole ten days – even if your kid is feeling better – because the sickness might … Continue reading