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- New Mom Returns to Work
- Baby Boot Camp
- Lessons You Don’t Learn in School
- How to Travel with Baby
- Speech Therapy Updates
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May you have a restful and fun weekend. It’s starting to feel like summer as we’re almost there… That means outdoor festivities for singles and families alike. For example, this weekend is Chicago Kids Day (details below). Its mission is to create a fun and entertaining way to educate and teach kids about health and safety. Speaking of entertainment, take a look at the viral Men Experience Simulated Child Birth if you haven’t already seen it for a laugh… Please reply with comments to share what you’re up to this weekend and other family or any other type of festivals. Read the rest of this entry »
Kids don’t realize prom is most parents’ worse nightmare.
As Mother’s Day approaches, we celebrate mothers and inspirational women we know. I especially savor special memories with my Mom. She is one of my favorite travelers. She finds the best location on a budget. And, her fun spirit keep us charging forward.
I had remorse over not framing and hanging family photos or steam cleaning the rugs before our son Patrick Paul’s baptism yesterday for our family luncheon. Then, I stepped back and focused on the big picture. A special and intimate religious ceremony has nothing to do with superficial details in our home. Our son’s baptism was a wonderful celebration of our faith and our son. He is officially a Catholic now that he made his first sacrament, his baptism, which will be later followed by others such as his confirmation, when he becomes an adult in the church similar to a bar mitzvah, or wedding.
Just as he was reborn into the church, the sun kissed and blessed us in Chicago as the flowers finally started to bloom to welcome our baby boy into the church. What does our son’s baptism have to do with the future pope?
Everyone was at my Mom’s Annual Poetry Slam in honor of National Poetry Month (April) including W.B. Yeats, Walt Whitman and Langston Hughes. We travelled through time to the seventeenth century and also learned why tall fences make good neighbors.