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Category Archives: Letters to My Children

Letter to my Son – June 2013

Dear Son, At the beginning of this month we were in CO for a wedding.  You did really well on our long car ride.  GotView full post »

Letter to my Daughter – June 2013

While we were in CO this month you caught your first fish!  You also really wanted to pet a horse, so the first day inView full post »

Letter to my Son – May 2013

Dear Son, You are really exerting your independence lately.  ‘No’ is a word we tend to hear often 😉  View full post »

Letter to my Daughter – May 2013

Dear Daughter, This month we’ve been taking advantage of the warmer weather.   We planted some tomato seeds andView full post »

Letter to my Son – April 2013

Dear Son, This was a fun month for you! You were finally able to fully enjoy the Winter Fair this year.  Petting theView full post »

Letter to my Daughter – April 2013

Dear Daughter, While we did some fun things this month (Winter Fair and the petting zoo and dog show, Easter Egg huntsView full post »

Letter to My Son – March 2013

Dear Son, This month you moved up to the next class at pre-school.  You love being with the older kids and as a resultView full post »

Letter to My Daughter – March 2013

Dear Daughter, It’s clear you are going to be a caregiver in some part of your life.  You are so intuitive toView full post »

Letters to Our Daughters – February 2013

Dear Daughter, This month has been a rough one.  Illnesses have plagued our household for nearly the whole month.  YouView full post »

Letters to Our Sons – February 2013

Dear Son, You turned two recently and have also been fighting for your independence.  But at the end of the day, yourView full post »

Letters to Our Daughters – January

Dear Daughter, In my first letter to my daughter I want to tell the story of YOU. When we found out we were having aView full post »

Letters to Our Sons – January

Dear Son, You are a lot like your mommy.  I think from the moment I found out about you, I knew you were going to be myView full post »

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