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Updated: 2013-09-07T07:36:42.968-07:00

 



Love your blog layout! Thank for stopping by my b...

2008-09-23T07:16:00.000-07:00

Love your blog layout! Thank for stopping by my blog when I was featured last week :) I'm still trying to get back to everyone who commented!!



Poor A, I am going through this already at 3 &...

2008-09-23T04:32:00.000-07:00

Poor A, I am going through this already at 3 & 5. Had to join miss 3 up for dance class, probably have to do swimming lessons together this summer (not that any of that is a problem, but, yeah, the old I wanna go tooooooo syndrome!!!!) At least Miss 5 wont want to do pony club, whew, $$$ saved there.

Sleepovers,I went to 3 in primary school, stayed at one.Too much of a homebody, even hated the nights at school camp in grade 7. Not sure how I will go when the girls time comes, but I understand your reservations.



Poor Meg. They messed her lips up the first time....

2008-09-22T14:53:00.000-07:00

Poor Meg. They messed her lips up the first time. She had them done AGAIN? Two mess-ups = not good.

And sleep overs scare me, too. I took Meg and Alli for their first (under MY supervision) this summer. They went together to the home of some friends of their dad's. Their girls and my girls LOVE being together, which is good. But...a sleepover? Alli's 7 and wasn't quite sure she could make it. I left a cell phone with her. And she called me one time in tears, but then she was okay.

I did sleepovers when I was pretty young. My best friends went to church with us and we were like glue. She was too scared to stay overnight at my house even in later grade school, but I went to hers often. Heck if I know what we did when we were little, though. We probably did just about whatever she wanted to do. She was, without doubt, a more dominant soul.

I didn't get much done over my weekend...other than punching myself in the eye. Hey! That might be blog-worthy. Wait. I DID mention it in my blog. Duhhhh.

Ok, cutting it short....well, cutting it less long anyway.



How was my weekend? Well, John spent it at Shady G...

2008-09-22T11:12:00.000-07:00

How was my weekend? Well, John spent it at Shady Grove Hospital. Let's say he gave us a big scare on sat and is going for more tests tomorrow. I'll tell you with more details when I have it.
Now about the post :)
The Women movie did not appeal to me and I don't feel like watching it.
Now, the girls: I'm sorry A doesn't get to do what O does. But it's part of having different ages, right? As the oldest daughter, I'm glad you're taking your time to explain to A that she's not old enough to do a few things (whereas my mother would just have me drag my sister with me). I remember one thing clearly (bear with me!). I always begged my mom to have my nails done, and finally when I was 9 she agreed. Well, my sister was 6 at the time and got hers done too, and my copycat cousin who was 4 did hers as well. I was furious!!!
Sorry for the long post - gotta go back to the brig (aka work)
xoxo
Renata