Shoes and carrots

There’s nothing like a carrot in front of the nose to get someone to do something. We’ve been working with Sean for the past 6 months to teach him how to tie his shoes, but he’s never been able to pick it up. I’ve kinda thought the problem is partly motivation, as he’d much prefer […]

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Happy Day

As an update to this old post, today marked the first day of 2005 that was warm enough to wear shorts. And wear them I did … to the store, around the house, all day long. Yay!

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Bowling…

Let the record show that today, February 20, 2005, was T’s first time bowling. And she loved it! I would place the ball right at the edge of the lane for her, and she’d give it a little push, which I would quickly push harder so it would reach the pins. It was the cutest […]

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Deja vu…

Today I discovered an absolutely fascinating article about Princeton’s “Global Consciousness Project”, and how a little, black box supposedly sensed the 9/11 and Asian tsunami tragedies before they happened. Yes, it sounds “far out”, and it is. Only a passing mention is given to the other side of the story — the “skeptics” as they […]

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Mommy’s little laundry helper…

T has been trying to help Cari with laundry for some time now, but when you’re 2-3 years old and still knee-high to a grasshopper, there’s not a whole lot you can do. She was trying to help tonight. Told Cari, “Mommy, let me fold this.” It was one of our bath towels — standard […]

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