I‘m so glad that April is over. It was a really crappy month for the Johnson/Conger families, and we ended the month with Jonah missing Easter because he brought home some strep throat (the gift that keeps on giving), and Chris and Zachary went down hard. Fortunately for Zachary, he was feeling almost 100% by…
A catcher and his body are like the outlaw and his horse. He’s got to ride that nag till it drops. ~Johnny Bench Zachary is getting a good feel for catching, and the new stance Chris has him in has definitely improved his batting. I created this little video of him at our last game…
It’s always interesting to see how your own quirks will manifest themselves in your children. Sometimes, however, they are not quite ready for the gifts we’ve bestowed upon them.
[dropcap3]T[/dropcap3]oday will be an interesting day for Jonah at school; today Jonah goes back to wearing diapers.
As parents, we try really hard not to mess our kids up, at least not too much. I’ll be wondering for years if our decision to send Zachary to public school was the right one.
My brother: He is my most beloved friend and my bitterest rival, my confidant and my betrayer, my sustainer and my dependent, and scariest of all, my equal. -Gregg Levoy
Ah, those childhood milestones. I can’t believe it took almost 7 years, but Zachary finally did it! His first tooth is gone.
Every day, thousands of babies are born too soon, too small and often very sick. Zachary and I are walking in March for Babies with the Yellow Submarines team because we want to do something about this.
Whoever said March comes in like a lion, but goes out like a lamb was NOT referring to the Johnson household. March crept up on us like Tom stalking Jerry, and ended up like Tom chasing Jerry. It was busy.
Who can play mommy, Santa, wife, Web Goddess, and Domestic Diva all at once? I don’t know, but if you find her, send her to my house. The 2009 holiday season was a busy one. It was good, but busy! Read on…