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Posted 10/10/2014 05:28:12 EDT
I'm sure you already thought of it, Pingo, but I wanted to suggest you look into the convertable cribs that grow into toddler beds, and some even beyond. That way PP will get plenty of use out of it. more »
Posted 10/09/2014 03:49:02 EDT
I suppose they could double as Bingo and the farmer as well.
Posted 10/09/2014 01:23:19 EDT
Add my prayers for your friend as well, Pingo, and a hug to you. That is a lot for one family to deal with at once. The puppy is doing much better, leading me to think that maybe he stepped on someth more »
Posted 10/08/2014 02:46:10 EDT
Hi everyone. Just got caught up - wow its been a busy month so far! Pingo, I'm so excited that your whole family will be under one roof again soon. You must miss them so very much, even with FT. So more »
Posted 10/01/2014 11:59:27 EDT
Pingo, you should have a Sip and See like they had in TX. No?
Posted 09/25/2014 02:59:56 EDT
Hoff's is known for thier cheesecakes and cakes more so than pies Winter. If you go the cheesecake route, I'll come out of anonymity to donate to DS' cause!!
Posted 09/24/2014 02:25:38 EDT
I'm having the leftover risotto for lunch. Pretty yummy now that the flavors have melded together for awhile.
That sure is one way to teach a lesson, Winter. Good for the teacher.
Posted 09/24/2014 10:17:31 EDT
Funny Rama, but I was thinking of you this morning. For no apparent reason DD was bent on wearing a certain summer dress today. Chose not to pick that battle today, got some leggings on her, topped more »
Posted 09/23/2014 12:14:16 EDT
The risotto experiment was an overall success, but I definitely need more practice. The consistency was good, but the flavor (parmesan and spinach) could use some tweaking. Still, DH and I ate it, a more »
Posted 09/22/2014 01:37:04 EDT
I spent WAY too mugh time in the rice aisle, with Ina Garten's recipe pulled up on my phone, trying to find it, but finally found a little box way, way in the corner. I bought a nice steak for DH to more »
Posted 09/22/2014 12:46:35 EDT
Wish you were closer Kar - I am without a washing machine again (hand-me-down replacement died) but my dryer works just fine. We could alternate loads. Ingredients are in the house for the broccoli fl more »
Posted 09/15/2014 01:29:51 EDT
Not sure if your family likes/eats pork Rama, but I slice up apples, and throw them, raisins, and some brown sugar along with a pork roast into a tin foil "pouch" (just all closed up). The apples mak more »
Posted 09/15/2014 11:03:13 EDT
Thanks for the recipes, tt! Definitely feels like a soup day today, but I'll have to gather the ingredients first. Have a meatloaf and baked potatoes all prepped for tonight's dinner. Sounded like more »
Posted 09/12/2014 01:31:25 EDT
Tentative plans. DH is away at an industry conference, returning Sat night. DD starts a tot gym class Saturday AM, so maybe apple picking in between? Zoo? I have a call in to see if my parents are more »
Posted 09/12/2014 12:27:47 EDT
I would like those soup recipes, too, TT. DH loves brocolli cheddar, and I wonder if the floretine you described might be a little lighter?
Posted 09/02/2014 05:06:23 EDT
Thanks Kar. It worked once for me, then next time it didn't. I love them too. DD is mostly grown out of them now, but till wears her doggie slippers around the house. They make toddler sizes, but more »
Posted 09/02/2014 04:35:23 EDT
The boots are for DD, Pingo, and yes you most certainly should get some for PP. Check out these: http://www.myrobeez.com/robeez-adelynn-mini-shoez-boots-black/" rel="nofollow">http://www.myrobeez.co more »
Posted 09/02/2014 12:57:20 EDT
Happy September! I love the fall - although this week won't feel very fallish. I just ordered DD the cutest little fleece peacoat for fall, and picked up adorable riding boots at marshalls. I'm alr more »
Posted 08/27/2014 04:11:31 EDT
Us too Rama. I don't think I have ever said NO so many times in my life as I have the last couple of days. I'm having a really hard time with feeling like a meanie, and have been crying a lot (not in more »
Posted 08/26/2014 02:16:42 EDT
So, I broke down last night into a crying, babbling mess telling DH that I'll never make it through the 2s because I hate feeling like a mean mom. He consoled me, but I am here because I know you gir more »
Posted 08/26/2014 02:00:26 EDT
Greetings friends!! I'm woefully behind on posts, but have been trying skim-read along to keep up with everyone. This summer as gone by so quickly with all the busy weekends. I'm ready to have no pl more »
Posted 08/01/2014 01:53:29 EDT
Yes, both Eddie Bauer and the kitchen store are still there. There is also a Talbots now. =)
Posted 08/01/2014 12:38:38 EDT
Sorry to tell you, tt, that the sheet store is no more. The Children's Place now lives in its old spot.
Posted 07/31/2014 01:29:39 EDT
I there is a T bus line from Burlington to Arlington, so Winter, you and DS work on getting him into AC, and the rest of us will figure out how to get him there! My DS has a year of HS under his belt more »
Posted 07/30/2014 04:25:10 EDT
Yes, Winter, I did. I loved it and have such fond memories. There were always teachers, coaches, etc. around when we were there. It was never like we there alone at 9 PM, LOL. Probably true that a more »
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