Monthly Archives: April 2012

The Best Unsolicited Input? No Input.

This weekend was a Momster weekend. SuperDad was racing his bike on Saturday so I spent the day with my two favorite dudes. We had swim class, ran some errands, ate some lunch, played outside … you know, the usual. … Continue reading

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Mommy Time vs. WorkWork Time

Ah, the woes of the working mom.  I’m one of the lucky ones that darts off to work each morning knowing that her babes will be well taken care of by their SuperDad, going to play dates, helping with home … Continue reading

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Building for Habitat – I CAN use a hammer

If you were to witness my personal exploitations in home repair and improvements you’d probably think that I haven’t a construction-oriented bone in my body.  I find I’m often clumsy and awkward.  I don’t know intuitively what the risks are of … Continue reading

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How much sugar is too much sugar?

A coworker of mine mentioned that he’d read somewhere that sugar is actually toxic to the body. We were discussing this while contemplating the mystery of another coworker’s son who seems to throw up an awful lot.  That same boy … Continue reading

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