Monthly Archives: June 2011

Max’s life in feet…


It is the eve of Max’s 8th birthday and as always I am both reflective and anticipatory.  I am cleaning up in preparation for my entire summer away from home and am in the process of sending items up to the attic.  I have accumulated a collection of Max’s braces […]

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Field Day- A New Way


Just this time last year, I wrote the following post:  Field Day, No Way http://wearingcostumes.wordpress.com/2010/06/11/field-day-no-way/ One year ago, the thought of Max playing sports on a field and going swimming with his class brought us to a choice that it was better to just skip it than to struggle with […]

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Friends and Enemies


Let’s face it – most end-of-the-year school programs naturally cause us to not only reflect upon the passage of time, but also force us to look at our children in comparison to all the others. Sure, we tell each other that we shouldn’t measure our children against our friends’ children […]

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Privacy Panel


It’s summertime and the pool is open!  Belonging to a pool makes me feel like part of a very lucky club – even if it is just the local town pool.  If I live around the corner from a pool – life must be good. I have to wear a […]

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