One Step Forward, Ten Steps Back

A few weeks ago I went with my family to the WALK NOW FOR AUTISM walk, in Washington, D.C.Groan. Talk about walking three miles with two two-year-olds who don't want to walk at the pace of the other hundreds of people. Or with your group. Or with Mama or Baba. Or according to anyone else's wishes.Nope.Two-year-olds walk the way THEY want to.So we started at 10 a.m.By 10:05 we were way behind our group. By 10:10, I couldn't see our group anymore. By 10:30, I couldn't even … [Read more...]

The Joys of Mothering Twins

The following are true events, though they may not have necessarily happened in the sequence mentioned.Who can deny,Who can refute,That Baby’s actions,Are really cute?Imagine then,That you have not one,But two little babies,On the run.We start the morning,With warm oatmeal,This isn’t going well,I begin to feel.Then one grabs the spoon,Excited and squealing.Where’s the food gone?Onto the ceiling.Now they’re both off,To the shoe rack,To chew and gnaw, … [Read more...]


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