Two days after she turns eight months old, my little girl is pulling herself to standing position on any furniture she can.
It is no secret to most in my circle of friends and family that I’ve had baby fever for a while now. I think I was ready to get started on baby number two before my doctor was even done stitching me up on the delivery table. Pumpkin required no special monitoring of my ovulation cycle,… Read More “You know what this means?”
Operation baby-proof is underway! Pumpkin is officially fully mobile, and getting her hands on anything she can reach, including photo frames, daddy’s books, dog toys, and scented pinecones. She’s still slow right now, but I give her a week before she is crawling fast!
I have about a dozen pairs of gardening gloves, with about half of them being cheap (but wonderful) Atlas nitrile gloves. They are great gloves; the closest I have found to wearing nothing at all. I like to be able to feel the soil, and feel what I am doing, but in a land of… Read More Cut it off!
Hello fellow dirt lovers, One of my favorite gardening sayings is one of the simplest. “The first year they sleep, the second year they creep, the third year they leap.” I’m not sure who to attribute it to…even with a google search I came up with nothing. Does anyone know who coined this phrase? Essentially… Read More The first year they sleep…
Have you ever wondered why plants need water and sunlight? I’m sure all of us have inevitably killed a plant by not giving it water, or keeping it in the sunshine. Many of us fail to recognize that plants are ORGANISMS, because we are animal-centric organisms, being animals ourselves. But plants are living things; they… Read More Have you ever wondered?