When Skipping Through the Grass at the Park Has a Purpose

When Skipping Through the Grass at the Park Has a Purpose

January 21, 2020

Skipping Through the Grass at the Park If your kids go to DCPS, you’re probably used to a school calendar which requires you to confirm daily if there is school that day. They have made the school year real light on 5-day weeks. The kids were off this past Friday and Monday. Next week they […]

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Living in Washington DC With Kids & Dogs: Dupont Circle

December 20, 2019

Dupont DC Neighborhood Tour Once upon a time, in my single girl days, I lived in Dupont Circle in a one bedroom condo. Along came Prince Charming, a.k.a. Real Estate Dad, and he moved in with me, Sammy and Thora (my original two corgi mix loves of my life.) Then we had Princess Roundhead and […]

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Thankful for Chubs’s Hilarious Mouth

Thankful for Chubs’s Hilarious Mouth

November 30, 2019

Thankful for Chubs Hilarious Mouth Three days into a five day Thanksgiving vacation over here. We’re constantly breaking new records in this house. For example, the girls have gone from love to hate to love to hate about 453 times in the last 72 hours. I started a list of Chubs-one-liners because some hilarious stuff […]

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Living in Washington DC With Kids & Dogs: Glover Park

November 15, 2019

Glover Park Neighborhood Tour Where you live is important. I don’t just mean what kind of house you live in, but location, location, location! Today, I’m going to talk about a little gem of a DC neighborhood – Glover Park. There are a lot of great reasons why Glover Park is so sought after, and […]

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When Skipping Through the Grass at the Park Has a Purpose

How Many Times Will I Say “Class Mom” In This Post?

October 07, 2019

Volunteered As Class Mom Another weekend down for the real estate family. I volunteered to be Class Mom for both Princess Roundhead’s 2nd grade and Chubs’s Kindergarten. The good part is that I’m co-class mom for both classes with my mom-friends. That makes it much more tolerable. The bad news (for my co-class-moms) is that […]

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