Back to School, 2016

The kids started school today- and I’ve got one in high school, one in middle school, two in elementary, and one home with me.  That’s three wake up times and three bus stop times.  Fun. This is the first year the twins have gone without Mia, so that’s a little nerve wracking.  I like having […]

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Choosing Healthy Food for Your Diet

Maintaining healthy weight can be a very difficult thing to do. Many people make the mistake of thinking that they can eat whatever they want if they get enough exercise. However, this is not the case. Your diet will eventually catch up with you if you are eating the wrong thing. Therefore, you need to […]

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The LLR Rabbit Hole

I get sucked into things.  Obsessed. I am not sure what it started with, but over the years it’s included things like: Strollers Cloth Diapers Essential Oils Washi Planners Beaded Jewelry Supplies Make Up Hair Bows Books Nail Polish Beanie Babies Jamberry Wraps You get the idea.  Some of these I still collect and use- […]

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Educational Conundrum

Last year, Ryan had an aide who followed him around all day, and basically did his work for him.  We didn’t know it at the time, as she was supposed to be helping him when he couldn’t see the board and stuff.  But it seems as if she was helping too much.  Last year, when […]

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Finding My Tribe

As an adult, I struggle with friendships.  I am a homebody, so it’s not my nature to put myself out there, or be in situations where it’s easy to meet people.  In NJ, I had a few people that I’d met years ago on a message board, so that was pretty awesome.  I am still […]

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Half Full

When we lost Raime, I remember thinking that I knew what sucked about the situation, that much was obvious.  I instead decided to try to find the good and positive in what happened.  I had an amazing nurse.  It brought Aaron and I super close together.  We wouldn’t have had Lili, etc. I try really […]

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