With only 8 days left before I go back to work, I have this feeling of time running out. I haven’t written very much at all for my books or blogged as often as I’d wanted. I finished a drawing, but not as many as I’d hoped. I haven’t worked Read More
On Monday I finished up my first drawing of our little snail, a picture that I love dearly of him and Jeremy. I love them so much! 6 hours. Approximately 8in x 8in.
Isaac, You’re laying on top of me right now, using my breast as a pillow because you fell asleep while drinking. You are sitting on my lap with your legs and feet dangling off the side and I can’t help thinking about the first time you breastfed and how much Read More
I always thought I’d blog more here once I had a baby. I thought it would give me more to talk about. And, while this might change in the future when I can do more with Isaac, my days are mostly the same. But that’s not a bad thing! I’m Read More
When we brought Isaac home Oakley was very excited to meet the little one that had been kicking him for the last few months He wagged his tail, jumped up on the couch next to us, and kissed his new baby brother. And that’s the thing. He loves this Read More
Isaac was born a little over 24 hours ago, on December 21 at 12:04am. He was 8 pounds 13 ounces and 20 inches long. After 12 hours of labor (almost 2 hours of pushing only to discover his head was facing the wrong way and unable to turn him), he Read More
Every year I hear and read arguments on both sides of the teaching battle regarding the expectations we are given, the methods for measuring success, and what is developmentally appropriate for our students. Personally, I teach Kindergarten and have for three of the four years that I have taught. On Read More