Author Archive | Amy Foster

Savoring our last semester

Savoring Our Last Semester

When my youngest was born 5 years ago, I felt like it would be an eternity before he went to Kindergarten. Despite the fact that we are red-shirting him to give him an extra year at home, it feels like he was just born yesterday. Some of the days, weeks, and months challenged us more […]

Continue Reading 0
holiday cookie 2

3 Fun Holiday Treats to Make with Kids

I love making homemade treats for special occasions, in fact I might even go a little overboard during the holidays. I love focusing on details but I don’t love spending all day in the kitchen. I fondly remember holiday treats that my mom still makes today, so I wanted to create some fond memories for […]

Continue Reading 0
Don't Rush, Little One

Don’t Rush, Little One

  My 4 year-old recently told us that he can’t wait to be a teenager. My husband and I both quickly questioned him about this declaration – his response was that he just couldn’t wait to drive himself everywhere. At 4 years of age, he has already romanticized the notion of growing up. Why wouldn’t […]

Continue Reading
Dear Husband on Father's Day

Dear Husband on Father’s Day

  Dear Husband,   As you know, Father’s Day has a very special meaning to me. It was Father’s day, 2010 that I was able to surprise you with a father’s day card to tell you that I was pregnant. After our miscarriage, and our hopes of becoming parents were dashed, it brought me so […]

Continue Reading
goodbye toddlerhood!

Goodbye Toddlerhood

Having children just 18 months apart meant I basically had 2 straight years of 2 year-olds and 2+ LONG years of threenagers. I always say, The days are long but the years are short. I feel like that sentiment is a pretty good summary of motherhood. The toddler years were some of my longest days, and […]

Continue Reading
HTML Snippets Powered By : XYZScripts.com