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WHEN CHILDHOOD DREAMS COME TRUE

When I was little, I used to dream about what kind of Mom I would some day like to be. I used to dream about building forts, climbing trees, scrambling up riverbeds and inventing make-believe worlds. I would someday invite … Continue reading

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BALANCING BALLET

Okay, so I’ve missed a few blog entries, but I have a really good excuse: ballet. “Ballet?” you say. “As in, tutus and inhuman displays of grace and flexibility?!” Yes, ballet. (Only, minus the tutus, and severely lacking in grace and flexibility…) … Continue reading

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SNIFFLES AND THE ELBOW-COUGH

First week down. Homework done? Check. Excitement about school extended past the first week? Check. Matching mother/daughter colds? Check. Awww, isn’t that cute? Yeah, welcome to the germs of preschool. I phoned the school yesterday to ask if my daughter should still … Continue reading

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FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL

I couldn’t decide what was more important: taking a picture of my daughter, ready with new shoes, new hair-cut and a “I’m so grown-up” grin, or actually getting her to her first day of school on time. In the end, … Continue reading

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