Holly Becker | 2010 March
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March, 2010

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    March 30, 2010
    by Holly Becker

    We’ve got pigtails. That might seem like small potatoes to you, but it’s a huge milestone for my daughter. My nearly four-year-old daughter finally has hair long enough to pull back and do all those cutesy things you can do with a little girl’s hair. It’s not that Mila couldn’t grow hair before now. She was just pulling out her hair on one [...]

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    March 22, 2010
    by Holly Becker

    She’s too smart for her own good. Yes, that’s my daughter for you. Mila is insightful and inquisitive. She’s not quite four years old yet, and already I can tell she’s not going to be the kind of child who blindingly believes everything I say. The Easter Bunny is proving to be a much harder sell than I imagined it would be at [...]

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    March 15, 2010
    by Holly Becker

    Some might call my mom a saint. Others might call her insane. Either way, I’m thankful she agreed to come watch our three little high-energy munchkins over the weekend. Because of her bravery and generous time donation, she was able to give my husband and me the great gifts—- rest and relaxation. Believe me. We needed it after a week of cleaning up [...]

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    March 9, 2010
    by Holly Becker

    "The Mommy Scream" by Mila Warning: Reader discretion is advised. This blog post contains information about a lot of puke. So, I know you’ll read it. Everyone loves a good puke story, right? The luck of the Irish has clearly turned on me, and in March of all months! That’s just cruel. Thanks for nothing, St. Patty. Although I knew this day would [...]

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    March 2, 2010
    by Holly Becker

    Ask any parent of small children what they miss the most about life before children, and I’ll guarantee you that most will say they miss sleeping in. It’s funny how your definition of sleeping in changes after having children. Sleeping in until 9:30 a.m. or 10 a.m. was what I considered sleeping in before I had children. Now three kids later, I count [...]