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I love you. You make us smile, laugh, yell, cheer, and dream for you. Your tender sweetness takes my breath away sometimes. When you offer your sister a piece of your Halloween candy because you can tell she’s feeling sad, my heart bursts with joy. You know how to love, and show how to love.(…)
Mood Swings. The Bain Of Our Existence. Ah, mood swings. A female rite of passage. One minute you’re fine, the next minute, you’re bawling for no apparent reason. It feels weird to be crying for no reason, so you make one up. That way you appear less insane. This happened a few mornings ago. She poured herself(…)
Yes on 92: the GMO labeling initiative in Oregon. Here are some facts: 1) GMO is *not* the same as hybridization. If someone says, “we’ve been genetically engineering food for centuries.” They’re only partially correct. Historically farmers and agriculturalists have crossed like with like. E.g., pluot, broccolini, etc. Genetic engineering is like with UNlike. E.g., Corn(…)
The Real Food Question I’ve publicly talked about food, and how we as a country have become so far removed from the sources of what we eat. I’ve advocated for GMO labeling, largely because I think it’s a basic human right to know exactly what’s been done to what you are putting into your body. It’s your BODY(…)
I finally gave in. Yep. Girl Child is now the proud owner of her very first instagram account. Seeing as she’s just heading into seventh grade, SubHub and I second guessed ourselves on this one quite a bit. She has my old iPhone 4 for her personal use, and at the moment she does not(…)
Service It’s been an interesting transition for me going from “mommy blogger” (which everyone seems to have a distaste for lately) to a behind the scenes content person for small businesses. I’ve been writing less here because of it. But oh….I’ve learned so much. I’ve learned about online marketing, SEO, improved my writing in areas such as(…)
Perfect family. Pffft. Back in December, I had an epiphany of sorts. We went tromping through muddy, melting snow with friends to pick out a Christmas tree. I forgot my “good” camera, so our phone cameras had to do. Here is the picture we took of our “perfect family:” It captures us totally. Ok, fine. I did(…)