Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Blueberry Quota

It is a well-known fact around these parts that Jacob loves blueberries. When we got him tested for allergies, we learned that berries were among the seemingly few foods that did not mess with his system. And thank goodness! While … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Being a Short Mom

I am not the only one to wonder how such a large child was born of such average to small parents. At Jacob’s one-month well visit, the pediatrician looked at Jacob, looked at me, and presumed that John must be … Continue reading

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Toddler Jacob

As freaked out as I was last week when I got my first “Your Toddler: Week 1” email from BabyCenter.com, I’d like to state for the record that toddler Jacob is, in a word, awesome. It feels like a switch … Continue reading

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