Category Archives: Fiona

  1. The Thing About Family

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    March 3, 2017 by Julia

      There are days when I look at my family and marvel at how lucky I am. I mean, really: …
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  2. So, this is going to be our summer.


    July 9, 2015 by Julia

    I haven’t been writing much so far this summer, and though I miss it, I wouldn’t say I’ve been overly …
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  3. Tales From a Flu-Stricken Household


    January 23, 2015 by Julia

    If you’re having a good week, you might want to rethink blogging about being strong, dealing with life head-on, and …
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  4. With Every Mad Fiber of My Being


    October 10, 2014 by Julia

    I’ve already vented for five pages about our current parenting challenges, but there is no redeeming theme, and some of …
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  5. Summer Break: So Far, So Good


    June 22, 2014 by Julia

    Fiona’s last day of Kindergarten was on Monday, and while I haven’t had any time to write this week until …
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  6. Actual Precious Moments


    May 23, 2014 by Julia

    I know a lot of parents feel that bedtime for the kids is one of the hardest parts of the …
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  7. How We’re Doing, Part Two: Fiona!


    January 21, 2014 by Julia

    We’re just wrapping up Fiona’s birthday weekend. She’s six! And she lost one of her top front teeth! Age: a …
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  8. To the tiger in the zoo, Fiona just says “Pooh-Pooh.”


    September 26, 2013 by Julia

    My daughter used to be really, really, really into the literary character Madeline from the classic Ludwig Bemelmans books. It …
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  9. And here is the “my eldest child has started Kindergarten” post.

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    September 9, 2013 by Julia

    So. Fiona is doing well – she has a sweet, down-to-earth teacher, a new friend to sit with on the …
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  10. What it’s Like, Part Four: Having a Girl and a Boy

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    August 22, 2013 by Julia

    So what’s it like to have one girl and one boy? In a word: awesome. I love, love, love it. …
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