My little aspiring author

The Girl brought home a book she put together at school.  It’s a story she wrote and “illiastrated” about her Pepa. She was very proud of having done everything except the laminating, so I’ll be the proud mama and share: http://w723.photobucket.com/pbwidget.swf?pbwurl=http%3A%2F%2Fw723.photobucket.com%2Falbums%2Fww236%2Fstephhwilliams%2FBlog-DO+NOT+DELETE%2Fslideshow+post+tommys+story+may+2010%2Fc072843c.pbw

Wonder Boy

Based on my previous post Aliases for Safety on the Net, meet “Wonder Boy.”  He’s the baby of the family and clearly knows it.  He’ll be 3 next month and is a typical in-to-everything toddler.  He has an affinity for flushing things down toilets, at home or otherwise, which you’d think would have made potty-training a […]

Boy Genius

Based on my previous post Aliases for Safety on the Net, meet “Boy Genius.”  He’s our precocious middle child who, I’m fairly convinced, is fairly convinced he’s the smartest member of this family.  He’ll be 8 this year and is already reading well beyond his age.  We’re not sure if he comprehends everything he reads, but […]

The Girl

Based on my previous post Aliases for Safety on the Net, meet “The Girl.”  She’s our ultra-girley, uber-sensitive and undoubtedly lovable little girl who thinks she’s the third adult (and perhaps second in charge) in the family.  She’ll be 10 this year and seems to already easily transition from the barbie-doll playing little princess to […]

Hot As Fire (circa June 1991)

Images, visions, dreamsNothing as it seemsHidden passions, burning desireForbidden kisses, hot as fire Unforgettable illusionsCreating confusionsSecret last flingsSomewhere reality springs It won’t last foreverFeelings someone will severRecreated in the mindA thousand years down the line But when the past is long goneOne day the thought will dawnThat passion is thereSomeone does still care Somewhere the […]