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This is beautiful, Amber. What a powerful, quiet gift you shared with your girl. Three generations, one love.
For the record, mine are a dark purple. It makes me feel like quoting Edgar Allan Poe.
I have a very low tolerance for the jokey "Mommy's a wino!" thing that's popular now. Maybe because I grew up with an alcoholic (thank god sober for years now) parent? Now that the election is over, my FB feed is back to joking about drinking, wine, vodka, it's 5 o'clock somewhere, etc., hahahaha...have you seen this clever ecard about wine? It's only a matter of time before one of them is busted, or worse. To moms who think they're Wonder Woman and can swill wine and drive the minivan with no problem, maybe you can. For now. But your...
I remember our first child's first major tantrum. It was on Halloween. She was the cutest 15mo ballerina ever. We went to the mall to trick-or-treat, so excited. It went well until we tried to put her back into her stroller. Something inside of her snapped and she shrieked and bucked and thrashed. We had no idea what to do and people were staring (which made it even worse.) Finally, we got an apple juice from the food court and she shut it off like a faucet. I wondered where we had gone wrong, how was she so spoiled, what...
Julie, I just fixed all the html tags that were showing! Typos galore. But thanks!
Such a sweet post. You are a fantastic mama, Ratna.
Loved this story!
Loved reading this, Suzanne. What a beautiful story of strength and bravery. You are an inspiration and I know your Kara (and all your kiddos) are very proud of you.
I LOL'd when I read Jamie brought two napkins. Funny, funny stuff. Eight more years until she backs out of the driveway in her car.
Great topic! I need to have some bags packed for sudden evacuations. I thought about it too when that fire was at the park down the street. What if it jumped the main road? Nothing but a sea of wooden houses. Things can go so wrong so quickly.