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Grass Stains and Touchdowns

I love to watch kids playing football. Their varying degrees of grass stains, interest, and commitment. It looked like a [...]
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The Things We Might Say

If she tells you she wishes her car got better gas mileage, that doesn’t mean she wishes she’d never learned [...]
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Locked in a Bedroom: A Good Friday Gone Wrong

It’s been more than a decade since this Good Friday situation, the day Baby Tyler locked Toddler Tucker and me [...]
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Jesus Didn’t Parent Toddlers: A Love Letter to the Parents of Littles

Parents of Preschoolers and Toddlers, this season is the real deal, isn’t it?  You are in the t-r-e-n-c-h-e-s. When my [...]
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“It gets better.”

“Mom, I wish you had some kind of record of the things I said when I was little.” The incredulous [...]
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Why I Won’t Get the Award for Mother of the Year

Throwing it back to a post from 2008,when my babies were two and almost-one, I was sleepless and underfed, Robb and [...]
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She said, “Oh, honey, I’m not going to tell you.”

This conversation happened on a Sunday morning nearly a decade ago. This couple sat near us, and I met them [...]
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Remembering the First Ever Mother-Son Flashlight Party

I found this little ditty hiding in the archives.  Look at this very sweet story. * * * Robb was [...]
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4 Things I Learned When My Toddler Locked Me In His Bedroom

It’s a blast from the past, you guys: one of the favorites from the archives of my life as a [...]
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The Monster at the End Of This Book

A Throwback Thursday Dialogue with Tyler * * * “Mommy, how many humps do camels have?” He’s sitting in my lap [...]
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Just Three Things. That’s All I Ask.

“I hate you!” I hear one brother mutter to another in the backseat. I gasp dramatically and pull the car [...]
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Talking Cereal and Dancing Spoons

Sometimes, I am silly and spontaneous in the morning. (I get this from my dad, who occasionally woke his school-age [...]
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The Firehouse: A Visit with Our Heroes

So, while this was happening, the paramedics said to Tuck, “Let’s see… how many stitches do you think you’ll need?” [...]
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Solid Advice in the Grocery Aisle

Tonight, a woman at WalMart stopped me. Twice. The first time, she said, “I just wanted you to know that [...]
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Prepare Him Room

From the archives: Teaching Tuck and Ty, December 2011   Joy to the world, the Lord has come. Let earth [...]
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Small Blue Snow Boot

From the Archives of Teaching Tuck and Ty * * * We decided to do a family trip to King [...]
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The Art of Multi Tasking

* * * from the archives of Teaching Tuck and Ty * * *   You know who excels in [...]
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