Archive for February, 2009

Saturday, February 28th, 2009

Happy Birthday, Malakai!

Nine years ago, I was in the hospital getting induced with Malakai. I was due on 2/26/2000 but since I went over the due date, had gained between 50 and 60 pounds, and my OB and I were close, she let us chose a delivery date. It was Leap Year so we thought Leap Day […]

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Wednesday, February 11th, 2009

Happy Fatigue

Trying to keep my eyes open while waiting for Jase to come home from a late work night (I don’t think I’m going to make it), I remember a day that brought a continuous smile to my face. Having the whole family awake and enjoying each other’s company before Jase and Kai walked out the […]

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Thursday, February 5th, 2009

No Rest But, Still, There’s Sunshine.

I had a little too much fun and too little sleep on the youth retreat I went on over this past weekend. Late night events, snowboarding (and crashing) for hours, tossing and turning in an unfamiliar bed, with strange noises and early rising did not make for very much REM sleep. Maybe I’m suffering from […]

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Wednesday, February 4th, 2009

Snowboard Dance

What could be better? I couldn’t fall asleep tonight because I started thinking that Jase snowboards goofy, which is a mirror to me, and it would be awesome to snowboard down the hill while mirroring each other, holding hands. That would be beautiful. Then I started thinking about how I love watching Ice Dancing (partners […]

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Monday, February 2nd, 2009

Kidisms

Zoe (responding to something Jase just mentioned to me and then holding a wet paper towel up to her face and making a random comment, all without taking a breath): Why was that man smoking? Hohoho, look at me I’m Santa Clause! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ In response to Malakai’s fake coughing fit, I say: Kai, I know […]

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