Monthly Archives: December 2010

eyesore

Our fuse box is in our living room. Which is kinda odd, unless you know our living room used to be a two-car garage. It’s painted the same as the walls, and is back in an alcove, but I still … Continue reading

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the holy family

The Sunday following Christmas celebrates The Holy Family – Joseph, Mary, and Jesus. Is there a better family unit to model ourselves after? Of course not. Fr Swift talked about the Domestic Church (which my hubs referenced here) during his … Continue reading

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bff

Breastfeeding forever. Well, not forever, of course, but I am a big proponent of it. I plan to exclusively breastfeed (rather exclusively give breastmilk because I do pump some) for the first six months. And we’re almost there! The next … Continue reading

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the fridge

I have a lot on my (mental) to-do list. I’m working the next two days and the house has to be ready for Christmas. My in-laws are coming to spend the holiday with us…I’m quite excited to host but still … Continue reading

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glass etching

One of the Christmas presents I got for a relative of mine involved a little DIY. Before etching on their gift, I thought I’d try it out on a glass bottle pulled from our recycling bin. Before… and after… I … Continue reading

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photos with your kid(s)

I love taking photos of Mary. Almost every day I snap at least one with my iPhone. And every week and every month, we have a fairly extensive photo shoot. While I love having photos of her, I want to … Continue reading

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4th Sunday of Advent

In Father Swift’s homily tonight he said, “Christians should not lead a fearful life.” Our blessed Mother, Mary, was not fearful when the angel approached her. She answered the call to follow God’s will. What an inspiration for this wonderful … Continue reading

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