Category Archive: August 2012

Aug 26

Matthew’s 6th birthday party!


Our little boy turned six…SIX! I still can’t believe it. He’s growing up too fast. Yesterday we threw him a nice birthday party, and he had a blast! He really wanted a Blue’s Clues party…do you know how hard it is to find decorations for a Blue’s Clues party?! Nearly impossible. Local stores don’t carry …

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Aug 22

Day out with Thomas


For Matthew’s birthday, we decided his big present from us would be an experience: he’s been a Thomas the Tank Engine fan for quite awhile now, and it just so happened that the Day Out with Thomas tour was taking place on his birthday weekend! So, without telling him where we were going (only that …

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Aug 20

Happy Birthday, Matthew!!


Happy, happy birthday to our wonderful little Matthew!! I can’t believe he’s already six years old!! He had quite an exciting birthday, and I’ll write a separate blog entry about how we celebrated (complete with pictures), but right now I’d like to take a look back six years ago and celebrate how far our little …

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Aug 18

Coffee, anyone?


So, let me begin by saying I think coffee is awful. I just don’t enjoy the taste. That happens – different people like different things. Coffee doesn’t happen to be one of my “things”. It’s just gross. No matter how much milk/cream and sugar is added, it still doesn’t have a taste I enjoy. My …

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Aug 07

Wisconsin Werewolf Freebies!

Today we are unveiling two really awesome things! First: the video my husband has been working so hard on! Here it is, the Writer himself reading aloud the prologue to Tale of the Wisconsin Werewolf!     And that’s not all! We also have the prologue and first three chapters available for FREE download! Click …

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Aug 06

Down the River


For months now, Matthew has been requesting to go “down the river”. It all started with my grandma who told him about the Forest City Queen, a small boat that gives 45 minute rides down the Rock River in the summer. She told him about it during the winter…and ever since, it’s been non stop …

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