Today three years of my life have flown by, yet I have trouble remembering a day that Nolin was not part of it. That may actually be a real sign of getting old. I sat at this same desk 1095 days ago as I started this blog to chronicle how our lives would be changing (see how it all started). I never could have imagined how much joy and happiness Nolin would bring with him. Continue reading »
When you look at these two kids, it would be hard to argue that they are not both little angels (and indeed they are), but am I jumping the parental shark by attempting a solo travel adventure? Continue reading »
Last week was Teacher Appreciation week at Nolin’s school. Yes. not just a day, but a whole week of appreciation. I am not sure if one week is really enough time to fully thank Nolin’s teachers. As much fun as it is to raise a 3-year-old, I can’t imagine having ten at one time…
He loves school and if I could only be a fly on the wall each day in class I think I would have unlimited stories to tell. I do think this has been one of the best decisions we could have made for him.
[editor's note] Well, maybe I should have posted this right after I wrote it because apparently today was not his best day of school (probably due to staying up later in preparation for the departure of Pap Pap)…yeah, that is why they have a week of appreciation. Continue reading »
Then Pap-Pap comes into town and the three of us are so far off the radar that there is really no difference between second, third or fourth place. Continue reading »
Due to scheduling we couldn’t get Grace in for her six month appointment until the 9th of April, but this time I had a chance to take her. It was funny because Nolin at this age was not a fan of the doctor’s office. To be fair it may have been because of his traumatic first experience, but Grace was calm cool and collected like always. That is until the shots came… Continue reading »