Ari still needs a two to two-and-a-half hour nap to be cheerful. If he doesn’t get an afternoon nap, then he’s a complete grouch.
As many Americans know, masks have become a polarizing issue. For me, they’ve forced me to make changes to where I choose to spend my money.
Today’s latest and greatest Ari moment can only be told after you know the Legend of Great Uncle Carl. There aren’t many tall people in my family or my husband’s side of the family. According to Schaefer Family Legend, Great Uncle Carl, my father-in-law’s uncle, was tall. Just how tall was Great Uncle Carl? I’ll… Continue reading The Legend of Great Uncle Carl
I told this story orally to my mom. She encouraged me to preserve it. It’s a keeper — that’s for sure!
Ari is sick. I’m starting to feel sick. I have a feeling it is all downhill from here.
Does your grocery store have a robot that cleans the floors? Ours does. I’ll give you a guess about who adores said robot!
“If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” is an expression my local grocery store didn’t take into account when they replaced the carts.
Yet again, Isabelle lost her beloved Teddy. This time, she lost him IN OUR HOUSE!
My son has come to expect a snack when we go grocery shopping at Giant (not Wegmans).
I’d like to blame the time change, but that wouldn’t be fair. Ari had trouble staying asleep before the day changed from Saturday into Sunday. By 11:30 p.m. last night, Ari cried out three times, which is unusual. I told Marc, “I think it’s time to bring him into our bed so we can sleep.”… Continue reading Sleepless