Our Two Little Monkeys

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Sometimes, it's ok to just be

growinguplast:

Wait, are you asking me to BRAG about my laziness? Right on GuL!

As a mother of two, I learned this summer it’s OK to not have a packed schedule of activities. I discovered my 3-year old has the most incredible imagination, and when left to his own devices, uses it! He creates elaborate scenes…

You don’t have to ask me twice to be lazy…

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Lots of sunshine this weekend meant lots of time outside. My best friend Lauren took these for us. She always seems to capture my boys perfectly.
(That’s her little guy, Nate, on the bottom. Max was determined to teach him the ways of the mobile baby.)

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Hello!

Not sure why, but I’ve gained a TON of new followers this week! Welcome to my (usually) happy little spot on the interwebz. Come for the adorable boys. Stay for the sarcasm and parenting fails. Feel free to drop me a note to say hi!

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This sweet, slumbering boy has had two fantastic days at his new school. I’ve endured heart-wrenching tears as I try to leave, but return at the end of the day to an ecstatic kid. He then spends the next two hours talking nonstop about his day. His teachers are wonderful and he’s learning a ton. Just another reminder that he’s a pretty wonderful kid.

This sweet, slumbering boy has had two fantastic days at his new school. I’ve endured heart-wrenching tears as I try to leave, but return at the end of the day to an ecstatic kid. He then spends the next two hours talking nonstop about his day. His teachers are wonderful and he’s learning a ton. Just another reminder that he’s a pretty wonderful kid.

Filed under yes that's how he sleeps

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Today, we took advantage of a Living Social deal for the Port Discovery Children’s Museum in Baltimore. At less than 1/2 the cost per person, we had little to lose, and ended up having a great time! There was a giant climbing structure in the center with a 2-floor tube slide. I think Jack may have gone down it 15 times. Every section provided a new tactile experience where children were encouraged to explore. Even Max got in on the fun, as there was an adorable baby/toddler room where he could safely crawl and explore. Perhaps not as fancy as the Please Touch museums I’ve heard about, but we had a fantastic day!