“Hey boys! Look at this! We can do a night tour of Alcatraz! The boat pulls up for the tour behind Alcatraz on the loading docks!” Youngest, “Ummm, no.” Twin 1, “No. Freaking. Way.” Me, “It would be soooo cool!” Other twin, “Are you out of your mind? You clearly don’t play the video games […]
Recovering Emotionally From River’s Carnivorous Seaweed
Our friends all learned to never go canoeing with me and if they do they better be faster than I am in a kayak.
The teenagers all learned that I won’t baby them, as I am an equal opportunity canoe flipper.
FYI, if you ever decide, (after flipping everyone’s canoes) to float the rest of the way down the river next to your kayak so as to foil anyone’s attempt to “get even”…DON’T!
Mason Jar Experiment to Extend Summer Vacation
Tomorrow is our official first day of summer vacation for all three of our boys. “Look what I caught last night mom!” This is what I woke up to yesterday. I wish we could all keep our happy enthusiasm all summer that we have the first month of summer break. I have an idea In […]
Boy in the City
You can take the boy to the city but he’s still going to find a way to act like Tom Sawyer.
I went to summer camp for the first time when I was their age.
That is what I kept chanting to myself every time I had the thought to throw them back into the car and drive them to Disney World so I wouldn’t have to leave them with strangers