Motherhood is an art, not a science. And it's a good thing, too, since I barely passed science.
Very cute and I liked your podcast by jameel very good.
Great costumes. I try to buy mine after Halloween and guestimate on size. This year the total was just over $10. Not bad!
SWFM - Thanks! I actually still have to listen to the whole thing - my baby likes to bang on the keyboard so I stay away from the computer during the day, and often doze off at night!Ezzie - :)SL - Very clever, some of my friends have a lot of hatzlacha with post-Halloween sales. We ofen borrow from my sister-in-law, but this year, Ann made a special princess request because, in her words, "I really am a princess, Mommy." And honestly, she's the kind of kid who asks for so little that I was glad to indulge her. I liked this costume because it was warm enough to be worn mostly by itself.
Aww, they are SO cute!
I only listened to about the first hour. Why don't you give me a rundown of what you said?
Awww - they are so cute! And you're right, that picture of the kids looking out the window is priceless.I liked your podcast too. You can ramble on about kids and food with me anyday (who needs politics and all that other stuff when you have kids and food right?)
Haha that's pretty funny, must of being fun recording it.
I thought Anne was a doll at first.
You've gotta listen to it... :)Plus, it's separated by person, so you can listen to a few at a time, then come back and pick up where you left off. (Hit "Posts" on the player.)
Hmm . . . I thought I responded to some comments last night, but it seems to have all been a dream . . Irina - Thanks!Mother in Israel - Glad you got my email.Orieyenta - I knew I wasn't the only one out there with kids and food as main interests!SWFM - It was fun, and kinda spontaneous.PT - Even with those ogre feet? This post is currently under some scrutiny by RaggedyDad for showing too much of Ann's face! I should tell him that it's just a doll I had made of her likeness.Ezzie - Hey - so that's what happens when you click on "posts" -Thanks!
I figured that with G-d's help we would have a girl and she would want to be a princess, Queen Esther, or a kallah. While I donated my entire wedding gown and pettycoat set to a gemach, I kept the veil for future use. (It is kids size incidently, made for communions for something).I'll be happy to indulge such wishes too. But this year our little girl can't express her desires. Oh well, even a farm animal can be a princess inside. :)
Only one word... Gorgeous!
lol - very cute - the picture is certainly priceless
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