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And then we were four…

October 17, 2013 by

Throughout Vicki’s recent pregnancy we were frequently asked by friends, family and colleagues whether Mia was looking forward to becoming a big sister. In truth, it was hard for us to tell one way or another – at most she seemed indifferent to the whole affair and, despite us talking to her about the imminent […]

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As we all know, kids are really inquisitive and perceptive. They are also very honest and pure; always asking interesting questions. My son, Carsen, asked an interesting question today: “is Cailen smarter than Kendall?”. Cathy and I looked at each other and started laughing. No idea why we found this funny, but I guess it […]

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After weeks of bad news, we finally got some good.  Last week was an awesome week! My stepson, Peyton was able to meet Tyler for the first time and it was adorable.  Peyton is five years and old and wherever we go people remark at how big he is for his age.  He is in the […]

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In early 2010 in early january it was a tipical day Baby LIam would receive his ot/pt therapies but who would know that this day would change my life. Thank to a change of events I missed taking my 3 yr old to daycare never had he missed going but that day he did. i […]

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The Sibling Effect

June 5, 2010 by

There are numerous studies that analyze siblings and the effects they have on each other, their family and the people around them. I am certain that the numbers don’t lie and there is validity to most of the arguments and research made about siblings. What prompted me to write about this topic was an email […]

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April 19, 2010 by

Nathan and Joey It is amazing to see the difference between the way Nathan looks at Amelia and the way Joey looks at Amelia. I have no doubt they both love her. But Joey, being nine, knows there is something different about her. He often asks, “Will she walk? When will she talk? What is […]

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The little gains

July 30, 2008 by

We take for granted what it is that babies do as they develop through their first few years. Although Kendall is slow to arrive at those milestones that seemed so natural for Carsen to achieve, we find ourselves celebrating every little achievement. Growing from just a few cells to be able to do what we […]

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