FlashBack Friday: Addison in Rare Form

It’s important to remember where you come from and how you felt when your kids made you look crazy in front people in public. When she was 6.Seriously, this girl gets weirder by the minute. Yesterday, her big brown eyes met me at the door full of tears of rejection and she claimed no girl anywhere would play with her! I asked if she wanted to come with me to run errands. She was instantly better and my eyebrows furrowed as I realized I was just duped by a five year old. First stop- Home Depot. Scene- Garden center check…

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A Classic Tale

::flasback segment:: Layla Grace-6 monthishEli-18months-ishIsabelle-4 ishMe-the day I turned grey It’s a day like any other. We have errands to run. One including the grocery store. We stroll into Albertson’s, oh so unsuspecting. I have Eli and Layla squeeezed into the front seat normally meant for one. They are rigged, two legs in one hole and a baby blanket wedged to one side. Isabelle is walking.I have my calculator, my list, and we are all set with goodies from the cold drink aisle. I do the usual patrolling.“Don’t take that off the shelf.”“Don’t lick the cart.”Stuff like that.About an hour…

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Reminisce

Sometimes looking at our past is important. Sometimes it is just out right hilarious. This is the latter. Reminisce with me, won’t you? The following story is not a test or piece of fiction. The following story is #111 why we should have our own show.  as promised, the grocery store ::flasback segment::Layla Grace-6 monthishEli-18months-ishIsabelle-4 ishme-the day I turned grayIt’s a day like any other. We have errands to run. One including the grocery store. We stroll into Albertson’s. Oh so unsuspecting. I have Eli and Layla squeeezed into the front seat normally meant for one. They are rigged, two…

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