I have twins everywhere...it's so weird. I even had a twin in class with me in college.
Mom to Elizabeth (6) and Corinne (4)
Speaking of twins, did anyone see this story? Two young women, both adopted as babies from South Korea, one raised in France, the other in New Jersey, found one another online and believe they are separated twins. They raised funds on Kickstarter to get together & meet, and get DNA testing to find out for sure.
Separated twins? Reunited via YouTube, they raise funds to meet | Hot Topics | an SFGate.com blog
The number of U.S. states in which a person can marry the person they love regardless of gender: 30 and counting!
Today is such a beautiful day out. I took the girls for a long walk, then when we got back I sat outside and watched them play. Mud pies, snails, and fairy food abound. We also started some seeds. I probably will be planting in another week or so anyway, but it was fun. Spring is one of my favorite times here. While my parents still have a ton of snow, my tulips are in full bloom and I am getting ready to plant my garden.
My annuals are starting to show some green so I seriously have to get out there and rake up all the remaining leaves and rabbit poop in our yard. Our neighbourhood is plagued with feral rabbits.
We finally have a beautiful day here too! I am looking forward to getting outside with the kids this weekend.
Tonight I start my photography class, I'll be learning how to use the lovely Canon Rebel I bought. Should be fun!
Laurie, I just took a class and I am having so much fun with my Canon. I will never be a professional, but my pictures are really starting to look great. Plus, my 13 year old loves photography also, it is a great hobby together and a glimpse into how she sees the world
Molly, Morgan, Mia and Carson
It is snowing. We have over a foot on the ground.
I hate you all
Mom to Arianna (5), Conner (3) and Trent (my baby)
I love that your daughter is taking pictures, my 14-year-old niece is also a fantastic photographer and I love looking at her shots and thinking about what goes into them.