Friday, May 29, 2009

Dear Tooth Fairy. . .

Tabytha was drawing in her room this past Tuesday (may 26th) and while I was doing dishes she came out to see if she could put the letter she wrote to the Tooth fairy under her pillow the next time she loses a tooth. When I was done washing the dishes and dried my hands off I looked at the letter. I thought it was cute and want to share it with all of you.

Tabytha wrote. . .
"Dear Toothfairy, I would never hert [hurt] you or captor [capture] you. Please let me see your prety [pretty] or hansom [handsom] face at leest [least] once. and I sware [swear] I would not tell your seegrits [secrets]."

Yes, her spelling needs some improving, but all in all, the letter made me chuckle and I hope it brought at least a smile to your face.

Jumping on the bandwagon

Well, I've done it. I've joined the masses and created my own "blog". I'm a wife and mother to three. I decided to start a "blog" not so much to lay out my business for everyone, but a way for me to archive the little things in life that may get overlooked or forgotten over the years. Whether good, bad, funny, annoying, sweet or sour. When my kids come to me as grown ups and ask me "what was I like as a baby and little kid?" or "What are some of the funny things I did when I was little?". I can look back on this and tell them.

A little backround for those who don't know me as well. I'm married to a man named Charlie. We met through Eharmony in March 2005. We were married a year later and we have 3 kids. I was a single mother to a beautiful girl, Tabytha (now 7), who was 3 1/2 when I met Charlie. Since I met Charlie he's loved Tabytha as his own. After Charlie and I were married he 'adopted' her and she now has his last name. Charlie and I have had 2 children together. Our son, John, will be 2 next week and our youngest, Jessica, is 6 months old. Jessica was our unplanned baby, but none-the-less a blessing in our lives. Tabytha is our 'princess', John is our 'wild one' (to put it mildly) and Jessica is our 'angel'.

I'm fortunate enough to be a stay-at-home mom/homemaker while Charlie is the financial provider for our family. We're 'traditional' in the sense that I take care of the "woman" work such as tending to our children during the day (while he's at work), cleaning the house, cooking, doing the laundry, running the errands, doing the grocery shopping. . .ect. . .while Charlie does the "man" work such as working to provide an income to pay the bills, mowing the lawn, fixing up stuff around the house, auto care/maintanence. . .ect. . .

So, I hope you enjoy my posts about some of the day-to-day things that happen in my zoo. Some days are mundane and others are non-stop crazy! So, sit back and enjoy A Day At The Zoo!