NOTE: This article was originally published when our third child was two weeks old. Now we’re updating it to let you know what it’s really like to have three kids…as we experience it! Keep reading to view the entire post in order, or click below to skip to your favorite section: INTRODUCTION UPDATE #1: TWO […]
We recently stumbled upon some LEGOLAND ads that really got us thinking about how much we love our kids. (We also recently stumbled upon some actual LEGOS lying on the stairs that had the exact opposite effect on us. But that’s another story for another time, we suppose.) Anyway, here are the ads we’re talking […]
Valentine’s Day is almost here! It’s the perfect time to celebrate that special someone in your life…or if you have a big loving family like we do, those special someones. That’s why this year, the Doctor and the Dad decided to ask all the members of our family to write love poems – to our […]
A friend of ours lost her father recently. Being Jewish, she invited mourners over to pay their respects at a shiva. Not being Jewish, we had never been to one of those before. But it was a truly lovely evening – family and friends gathered together in her home, reciting traditional Hebrew prayers, singing traditional […]
The holidays are here again – which means you’ve got wish lists, shopping trips and mounds and mounds of gift wrapping to attend to, don’t you? Well give your tape dispenser a break for a minute, and spend just a few moments pondering this simple, age-old question: Is it better to give or receive?
The New Year is officially upon us! And much like when a small child jumps upon your stomach at 6 am to wake you from what was just moments ago a perfectly delightful slumber, there’s no going back now. Unless, of course, you’re like us, and you want to take one last look back at […]
We’re writing this post today with heavy hearts. A few days ago, the sister of a dear friend of ours from college was in a terrible car accident, which took the lives of her son, daughter and fiancé. To lose a child is an unthinkable tragedy. To lose both of your children, plus the person […]