Category Archives: Letters from Home

Stories and photos from Kim’s life

17 months old on the 17th… just one more month until my baby is a year and a half old! I’ve been hesitant to call Matthew a toddler until recently, because he’s still not 100% walking. He takes steps often, but he’s not using his feet as his main mode of transportation. He is an […]

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I am so so SO sick of winter! Today it finally started to really thaw out. The huge piles of snow on either side of the road left by the plows began to shrink and melt into the gutters; little rivers flowing down the street and feeding into puddles. Puddles! Usually we encounter puddles on […]

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Last week Eric had to make an unexpected trip to Ohio for a family matter, leaving me ALONE with my children for three entire days. It’s not that I can’t handle them on my own, but at the end of the day I am seriously craving adult interaction. Normally I’d call up some friends, but […]

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Today we played in the minimal amount of snow, cleaned up toys a dozen times, made a new mess a dozen and one times, and I spent a few minutes under the kitchen table with this little guy. Matthew has claimed this space as his own and now spends a lot of time there each […]

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The way he puts on his pants all by himself, grabbing whatever is nearby for balance, and how proud he is of himself when he's done. How he always has something on his face, no matter how many times I send him to the sink to wash. The way his hair flips around in the […]

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