I played softball in high school. I was a decent player, but nowhere near the best on the team. So I admit I’ve had visions of my daughter being that all-state/pitching-a-no-hitter/home-run-hitting/mvp softball stud. It looked promising in the beginning. but then not so much. Oh well. There’s still the swim team 😉
Meat Loaf Miniatures Everyone in my family loves these – especially the kids! Making them in muffin cups really cuts down on cook time. This recipe makes just enough for my family of 9, but they freeze well so you can have extras for another day. INGREDIENTS 1 cup ketchup 3-4 tablespoons packed brown sugar
Number 5 started out with such promise. She was an amazingly easy baby. She was happy, and mellow, and could occupy herself for long periods of time as an infant. She was a great sleeper, and she was really easy to get onto a napping and bedtime schedule. But boy how things have changed, and now I’m wondering to
Dinner time at my house can present a number of challenges… First, feeding 9 mouths can be pretty expensive, so I’m always looking for something affordable. Secondly, finding meals that appeal to 9 different people (okay, 8 — the littlest doesn’t count yet) ranging in age from almost 2 to 49 years old can be tricky.
21. Deep Rose When you are having a playdate, and your 4-year-old leaves the room, and then comes back 5 minutes later wearing all 14 pairs of his underpants at the same time and nothing else, you turn this color. 22. Santa’s Suit You turn this color at your 3-year-old’s first dance recital when there is
Once the month of May rolls around, the morning news shows, talk shows, home improvement shows, etc. will show you every possible gift idea for Mother’s Day. If you’re not a mom, you’ve probably bought at least one of them for your own mother: flowers, candles, picture frames, spa gift certificates, jewelry, etc. I have received some