Who needs an epidemiologist?

Here's the story of me - a well-educated (but broke) woman trying to raise two wee boys, a husband, be Martha Stewart, Ty Pennington, and Rachel Ray all rolled into one, while desparately seeking a career in epidemiology (which is NOT the study of the skin).

Wednesday, April 12, 2006


So, Easter is not the best holiday for Jon Thomas. You see, all his young life, he's had trouble finding things. Not small, obscure things that any toddler/preschooler would have trouble with, but huge things - like airplanes flying overhead and such. This surprises both his parents and everyone in our general acquaintance because he's such an articulate - okay, well genius - kid! :) The egg hunting is not our best activity. Case in point, the Saturday egg hunt at our church. It's for toddlers and preschoolers alike, so basically the eggs are poured all over the ground. How hard is this? Not very! We arrive with our dozen eggs apiece (yes, Charlie is participating as well) and Jon Thomas only gets 3 eggs more than Charlie! We are hosting a egg party playdate at our house Friday, so we're determined to get some practice in so we can make a good showing at that time.


  • At 6:19 PM, Blogger Cindy said…

    Cute boys!!!!!!

  • At 6:21 PM, Blogger mk said…

    Looks like they had a lot of fun. Just be glad that JT ended up with more than Charlie (even if it was only 3 more). I wish we were having an egg hunt at church this year. Hope everything goes well Saturday - please make sure you post pictures for us!

  • At 7:14 PM, Blogger Amber said…

    cracks me up.. i remember us trying to get mason and Jon Thomas to get things for us and being amazed that they couldnt see obvious things in front of them. Mason cant find a giant toy that i can ask him to pick up, but he will spot a fruit snack or m&m from miles away.. go figure.


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