<<<Briggs First Picture<<< You know how you try to do everything right with the firstborn? When in reality, that probably screws them up even more. But anyway… I picked up every parenting magazine I could when Briggs was born. I also carried an emergency first aid kit in my enormously packed diaper bag. With the [...]
It must be a cruel joke that when my husband is out-of-town that I lose my voice entirely. I ask you…how do you communicate with four children with no vocal chords? I’ll be honest…I yell. In fact, I yell everyday. It has been a true test of patience, for which I have little. They are [...]
The contents of a purse say a lot about a woman. I often wonder if someone were to gaze into my clutch what they would conclude. Surely, it would be odd! As I was observing Campbell asleep today with her purse carefully placed next to her in bed. I had to laugh (not too loud [...]
Is it possible that two 2.5 year olds can not only figure out how to unscrew childproof medicine bottles but open a door locked with hook and eye from the opposite side? YES!
My Uncle Tom found this message among my grandfather’s belongings. After a quick Google search, it appears as if it was derived by Ella Wheeler Wilcox. However, my Great Grandfather, Edmund Thomas, was a well-known Methodist Minister and eloquent orator. I am sure he used this in a sermon. I like it.
I am super excited and proud to announce Tim made the Indiana Business Journal’s Top Forty Under Forty List for 2009. It is essentially a list of the top movers and shakers in the city. His write-up includes not only his work in the commercial space, but the significant achievement his unit made in being the [...]