Archive for the ‘Baby Hulk’ Category

Praying the Stations of the Cross

By | Posted April 14, 2011

Posted in Baby Hulk, Kobra, Liturgical Year, parenting, Spiritual Life | 4 Comments »

Today I took Baby Hulk and No David to pray the Stations of the Cross.  We went to Our Lady of Lourdes Parish, a beautiful church off of 290.  There is a grotto and outdoor Stations.  We went last year, and the children loved it.  Last night, I decided we were going again to pray […]

Five For Friday

By | Posted April 8, 2011

Posted in Baby Hulk, eating, Five For Friday, Goose, Squirt, the boys | 8 Comments »

If I were doing ApeDonkey’s power ratings, I would have a lot in the bottom five…When you start the week with your orthodontist hanging up on you, your son’s favorite (for now) College basketball team playing so badly it goes down in the history books for worst performance in the NCAA championship game, things can […]

Five For Friday

By | Posted April 2, 2011

Posted in Baby Hulk, Five For Friday, Goose, Lance | 2 Comments »

Here are five things I learned this week: I’m not very good about being selfless.  It’s the first Friday of the month, and I planned to attend Mass this morning.  I am really into attending Mass on First Fridays, and was excited that Baby Z was on her way to attending nine in a row.  […]

A Day Behind

By | Posted March 30, 2011

Posted in Baby Hulk, Baby Z, basketball, Family Life, Goose, parenting, Random | 6 Comments »

Seriously, my baby has cried most of her waking hours today.  I’ve held her pretty much nonstop, which is fine until it’s time to cook.  Finally, at her last feeding, I decided to research how many ounces she should be eating.  Despite the fact that all babies are different, I thought I’d find a real […]

Father and Sons

By | Posted March 27, 2011

Posted in Baby Hulk, basketball, Family Life, Goose, Lance | 10 Comments »

I think any man who loves sports dreams of the day when they can share that love of sports with their sons.  I realize that it happens when men have girls too, heck, my love of football comes from my dad and brother.  And while my dad has taken me to the National Championship Games, […]

Sibling Rivalry

By | Posted March 17, 2011

Posted in Baby Hulk, Goose | 3 Comments »

I’ve been holding off on this post for a long time, mainly because I didn’t want to hear anything from my parents about how certain behavior isn’t that bad.  But I can’t take it any longer. I have to say it to someone besides Lance: Goose can be a really big jerk a lot of […]

Happening In My Life

By | Posted March 16, 2011

Posted in Baby Hulk, Family Life, homeschooling, Lance, Liturgical Year, parenting, Squirt | 9 Comments »

Is it embarrassing to admit that I am now keeping a notepad (a Snoopy one) in my purse to write down ideas I want to blog about?  Yes, I really do take notes on things I might want to write about later.  I seriously have no shame, but hey, this is my blog and basically […]

O is for Oceans…

By | Posted February 28, 2011

Posted in Baby Hulk, homeschooling | 4 Comments »

I’ve been complaining quite a bit about the Baby Hulk and his lack of drive lately. I know, it’s kind of pathetic and psycho momish for me to call my kid out on laziness already, but, that is me. My goals for this year were relatively simple: learn to read, learn to write, some math […]

Do Over

By | Posted February 13, 2011

Posted in Baby Hulk, Goose, Kobra, the boys | 2 Comments »

This afternoon was not a great one. I sent Lance to College Station to attend a football clinic for the afternoon thinking it wouldn’t be a big deal. He was only going to listen to one speaker. I just failed to account for his drive time. No biggie though, I figured they would nap, we’d […]

My Day

By | Posted December 5, 2010

Posted in Baby Hulk, Goose | No Comments »

Despite a bad start this morning in the form of a super cranky Baby Hulk, the day turned out almost perfect. Goose and the Baby Hulk went with me to the Symphony this morning. The timing couldn’t have been better because we have been studying instruments at home this past week. The concerts are perfectly […]