Wednesday, June 2, 2010

The last Wordless Wednesday ... maybe

So, hopefully, this will be my last Wordless Wednesday. I say "hopefully" because if it is, that means I found some time to begin my new book, "What Do You Want for Your Children" and have started writing my new series, What Do You What For Your Children Wednesdays, on my blog.

I wanted to write this every Wednesday post to help me remember what I am reading about raising an emotionally healthy child and to hold me accountable for finishing the book. And I thought other mothers might benefit from it or find it interesting, as well.

Another series I would like to start is Money Mondays, the ideas stemming from another book I would like to find time to read. We will see if that happens. Maybe if I could train the dogs to feed my son snacks every afternoon, I could sneak in some reading time. And train them all to use the toilet. And pick up after themselves.

In the meantime, here are some pics of my son at his Aunt Alisha and Uncle Erik's house the other day. He had a great time going down the roller coaster in the cul de sac with daddy!





9 comments:

  1. He just has the sweetest little smile. Very cute!! Why didn't they have fun toys like that when we were little?

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  2. Look at that close-up picture of Max and the one of you in the tu-tu on the sidebar. Nice resemblance!

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  3. Great pics! When I was a kid, one of our neighbors had a similar roller coaster, made out of metal...everyone loved it!

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  4. How cute! Looks like you all had a lot of fun! That's one fun Aunt and Uncle he has! :)

    Good luck with your books. I have such a hard time reading books right now. There are a stack of them that I would like to get through and just can't seem to do. Maybe after the baby is born when I'm sitting down nursing all of the time I can read? Who am I kidding! I'll be running through the house nursing a baby while getting things for the other 4! ha ha!

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  5. Your son certainly resembles your side of the family!

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  6. totally cute pictures!!! you have some ambitious reading going on there sweetie. Hope things are well - CailinMarie

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  7. I have never seen a toy like that! No wonder you baby is grinning, looks like fun:)

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