Have you ever heard that saying? It was my grandpa, I think, that used to say that… when the house was a mess. “Looks like the wreck of the Hesperus in here!” Probably said quite often about my bedroom when I was little “The Wreck of the Hesperus,” by the way, is a Longfellow poem.
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Ah, we’ve never seen so many photographers since having kids! We captured Ryan’s major milestones by hiring a photographer at birth, 6 months, one year, and two years. Some people do it even more often than that! And now that Rebecca is here, of course we have to do the same for her. It adds up really fast.
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The differences postpartum between my first birth and my second are like night and day. Completely different experiences, mindsets, and feelings. I don’t even know where to start…
After Ryan was born, I was depressed. It was absolutely beyond the baby blues and although I was never diagnosed with PPD, I believe that is what I had. PPD manifests in
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Nothing can “pick me up” quite like adorable photos of my beautiful children! If you typically get a case of the Mondays, like me, maybe my cute pictures will make you smile too Hope you have a great week! My brother and his girlfriend are coming into town to visit this week (YAY!) so I’ll likely be MIA!
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Ohhh how I adore holidays with children You remember how fun they were when you were a kid, right? Well it’s like being a kid all over again when you have your own. I love watching how excited Ryan gets! And it’s pretty fun helping the Easter Bunny
Of course the Easter Bunny came on
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The Paladion slated to do $60M. (shopping center in downtown San Diego, California)
WWD September 30, 1991 | Marlow, Michael SAN DIEGO — One of this city’s most ambitious upscale retail centers opens next February on Front Street, adjacent to San Diego’s major downtown shopping complex, Horton Plaza. go to website downtown san diego
The Paladion, named
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We had a lot of traditions surrounding the Easter holiday when I was growing up. I have such great memories of Easter morning, hunting for candy with my brother, digging through our Easter baskets, and collecting a new stuffed animal each year. They are traditions I want to carry on with my own kids and this is our first Easter
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