Category Archives: Yoda didn’t have children

Snowflake Intervention

Part 2 of 3 in the Elf on the Shelf Fail saga.  Today’s post was co-written by Auntie Beav’s Elf, “Rudy.”  Rudy is a non-slacking Elf on the Shelf (EOTS)  who belongs to my nephews, Scooter (age 4) and BamBam … Continue reading

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Snowflake, The Jig Is Up.

Happy Christmas, Hannukah and Holiday Shopping!  Please use our Big Little Days Amazon link for your shopping and we’ll receive a portion of the proceeds for our adoption.  Click here first!  Thanks! If ever there was a strange thing worthy … Continue reading

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The Perfect Day

I always seem to know when I’m having a bad day.  Because it deviates from my perfect day.  So what is my perfect day?  I honestly don’t know.  I’ve never written it down before, but I do know that other … Continue reading

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Shut Your Mouth

Why are people so obsessed with criticizing a big family?  Want to know a little secret?  Not every family of two is that way by choice.  They might be on our side.  And yes, I do mean side. There is an … Continue reading

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Not Interested

Last night God smiled down upon me when he confirmed I would have at least one band geek: I owe You one.  Thanks, God.

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Car Travel with Kids

Mr. BLD and I are so blessed to have family just a five-hour car ride away. We try to get home every other month with a long trip for me and the kids in the summer. I often go alone, … Continue reading

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There will be a good time.

Last night I walked away from the most fulfilling thing I do for myself all week. I quit the community performance choir (auditions required, albeit gentle ones at that) I joined at the end of the summer. A dear friend, … Continue reading

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Fake Fun

Today I did something dumb.  It’s garage sale Thursday, but it’s also the middle of October and it was raining.  There are no garage sales, and we couldn’t go somewhere, but I didn’t want a normal day at home.  Thursday should … Continue reading

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