Hey, remember when unlimited calling was only unlimited calling if it was after 9:00 or on the weekend?

Fucking TECHNOLOGY.

How many times a day do you look at your kids and think to yourself “Man, you are going to need so much therapy”?

I average like 1-2 times a day.

Surgery went as well as it possibly could have. Thank you for the positive thoughts!

Surgery went as well as it possibly could have. Thank you for the positive thoughts!

My mom is in surgery to remove a non-cancerous cyst from her brain. We’ve taken over an entire corner of the waiting room and are anxiously awaiting an update. Send us your good thoughts and lots of patience. #waitingfeet

My mom is in surgery to remove a non-cancerous cyst from her brain. We’ve taken over an entire corner of the waiting room and are anxiously awaiting an update. Send us your good thoughts and lots of patience. #waitingfeet

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There should be a rule that if you get up super early to exercise it should burn more calories than any other type of exercise.

Brought to you by the three 5:30AM workouts I’ve done this week and the ZERO fucking lbs I’ve lost.

New England Kid Problems.

  • Bronson: I do not want to have a potty in my basement. That would be gross.
  • Me: Well we don't have a potty in the basement.
  • Bronson: NO, MOM. A POTTY.
  • Me: We don't have one! What are you talking about?
  • Bronson: A POTTY! A POTTY! A CELEBRAAAAATION!
  • Me: Do you mean a party?
  • Bronson: YES! A potty. That's what I said.

The Netflix Generation

  • Me: Ok guys, it's over! Let's go upstairs so you can have a bath.
  • Bronson: No, mom. If you just keep sitting here the next one comes on! All by itself!

Bronson is in for a rude awakening when he is no longer able to decide on Ian’s Halloween costume.

Mister “I’m going to be Batman and Ian’s going to be my sidekick”.

Ian doesn’t care. All action figures/super heroes are either “TURTLES!” or “THESE GUYS!”.

Life lately.

(or just reposting all of my crap from instagram)

  • Bronson started pre-k and has finally adjusted to “big boy” school. We started him at the camp there this summer. He spent weeks telling us he didn’t want to go back because “there are no best friends at big boy school”. He’s made friends though and settled in and seems mostly happy. So. Progress.
  • My old office mate got married. We went to Plymouth and hung out on the waterfront and socialized with grown-ups.
  • Ian’s new this is to climb anything that stays somewhat stationary. This includes but is not limited to, tables, chairs, furniture, steps, and the dog.
  • Summer is officially over, but we had one last weekend of sliding and swimming. Ian is actually fearless and will do anything that Bronson does. 
  • 18 month check-up. How. 
  • Lego master. Legos. Everywhere. All of the time.
  • My kids still insist on waking up at 6:00 every single morning. When does that stop? Soon, right?