It’s been a busy year. And I have a couple hundred posts to prove it.
You know how some people send out those Christmas letters racapping the year for their long lost family and friends? Well I don’t have to do that. I can just point people to my blog.
So here is what we were up to in 2007.
I weighed in on the latest mommy controversy, drinking in front of your kids.
I gave my opinion on co-ed sleepovers for teenagers.
I was robbed on Valentine’s Day.
We lost power in an ice storm and realized how much we miss electricity when we don’t have it.
I learned that sometimes we don’t praise our children the correct way.
I almost got in to a scuffle at the at the St. Patrick’s Day parade.
I met a Dungeons and Dragons fan while getting my carpets cleaned.
I sobbed a little at Kindergarten Roundup. How could my baby be a kindergartener already?
I had an unflattering (and smelly) mommy moment.
I made it through a speech and lived to tell about it.
Justis got serious with his girlfriend. But not THAT serious thank goodness.
Spencer proclaimed his love for a girl in his class.
I turned 33 years
A threatened lawsuit against Kellogg got me all in a tissy.
Did you know ducks can jump?
Best Buy ticked me off and I swore off ever shopping there again. I’ve stuck to it so far. I even gave away the $25 gift card I got for Christmas.
But Amazon.com rocks like a stone turd.
I had sinus surgery…again.
Pizza Hut redeemed themselves and we’ve continued our weekly Pizza Friday tradition.
We lost power again. This time we went to the garage to watch Lost in the van. Yes, we are that addicted to electricity.
I ranted about parents smoking at home.
Keaton is officially a teenager.
suffered attended another class reunion. My 15 year reunion to be exact.
Some teenager tried to guilt me into giving to charity. But I’m a meanie and refused.
Caleb explained why he undresses to go potty.
Keaton got in to his first altercation…sort of.
Caleb learned a new song…and sang it over and over and over and over again.
Skyler and Spencer turned eight.
I was shocked to learn that some schools give kids birth control.
We discovered just how important sleep is for kids.
Lee and I celebrated our tenth wedding anniversary.
I watched Keaton play basketball…even if I know nothing about the game.
I successfully participated in NaBloPoMo for the second year.
Skyler was fabulous as an Angel in the Nutcracker.
I reminisced about the time my Dad taught me how to ride a bike.
My husband is is the greatest man ever!
Skyler is starting to doubt Santa’s existence.
We got a Wii for Christmas.
2007 was good to us. Hopefully 2008 will be even better.
Wishing you all a wonderful new year!