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Happy Friday, everyone!! It’s time for the Weekly Photo Challenge! This week’s theme is reflections, which happens to be the same as the theme on another photo challenge I used to participate in often, Pixelventures. I haven’t in a while, … Continue reading
As of today I’m officially the mother of a teenager. Trinity turned 13 at 2:24 am. It’s such a foreign concept to me. I feel like a week ago she was just an itteh bitteh baby, and now she is … Continue reading
This week is flying by! It always feels like that when there’s a holiday, though. It probably has something to do with Trinity having one less day of school…. it totally feels like it should be Wednesday instead of Thursday. … Continue reading
This past weekend, Megan and Charlie accompanied Trinity and me to Kids’ Day at The Cohanzick Zoo in Bridgeton, New Jersey. We had been there before, while Trinity was on Spring Break, so the photos in this post will be from both … Continue reading
It’s December. That means it’s time for Christmas to throw up all over the place, including my house. This is only our second Christmas in this house. Before, we were in a tiny apartment. There wasn’t a lot of room … Continue reading