Heavier than a Cup of Coffee

Just when we thought things were getting settled after 5 weeks of┬ánight float, the poo hit the fan, or, rather, the floor…several times. Literally. Though we are in the midst of potty training, this is not a potty training post, but the timing of several events...
Nightfloat: Round 1

Nightfloat: Round 1

One of the really special things about being married to a doctor is that sometimes, you get to spend nights alone. I know doctors aren’t the only ones who have to work at night, and I’m so very thankful for those who do, and those who work at night in many...
More More Christmas Treat

More More Christmas Treat

I just looked back at my previous posts, and last year I didn’t do a Christmas post. What the what? I thought it was weird and not very cheery, and so, despite the chain of events I’m about to relay to you, I think you should know up front that this season...
My Village

My Village

It seems like we hit a new milestone almost daily. I’m not talking about just our kids, but in our lives as adults too. I try to spend some time each week reflecting on how far we’ve come in the past few years. This blog was suppose to be my place to do...

Peanut Butter & Jelly and “Mochas”

Ok, are you ready, this will be my first post in a while that is all encompassing: twins, Brush Ranch, and residency. You’re welcome. In case anyone was wondering, I’m still pumping (refer to this if you don’t know what I’m talking about)....

Buying Time

A few weeks ago I read a blog post about keeping a marriage together through residency. There were a few things that really struck me as good ideas: taking a yearly vacation, and “buying time.” I don’t think that I need to explain what taking a...