Husband: You know, the French really simplified spelling. Me: Really?! The French?! The language infamous for extra un-pronounced letters?! Husband: Ya, like banana. They spell it really simply – no extra letters. Just b-a-n-a-n-e Me: How is that easier? Husband: … Continue reading
I need your help to help get chuckandwelly in the Christmas Spirit. I’d love to fill the blog with festive posts throughout the month of December but just can’t get to them all myself. Because my boss would probably frown on me skipping work to knit hats and bake cookies. So…let’s make it a community project! Would you be willing to write a guest post during the month of December? No experience or skills or spell check required (goodness knows I don’t have any of that and I write stuff all the time)! It can be about anything: your favorite holiday recipes, a list of your favorite books to read to your kids, projects, your christmas bucket list, traditions, your ridiculously decorated house, that one time your kid fell off the bed, etc….
Send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested.
Let’s get festive, y’all!
The ‘Saurus is a babbler. He “talks” constantly to everything and everyone. Na, Ba, Da, La, Ya, EEEEK, and blowing raspberries are his current repertoire. There are more sound effects and than words; he’s all boy. He also clicks his … Continue reading
I like writing about happy things, like sugar and clean babies. I think we get enough messiness elsewhere in our lives. However, now that I am part of the “mom crowd”, I am privy to more conversations involving the raising … Continue reading
eight months It seems like we moved into a whole new stage of baby life overnight: trying to walk, drinking from cups, being more mobile, wearing shoes, etc… weight: 25 lbs ish. He went to the doc this week and weighed … Continue reading
while discussing my next baking challenge: Me: So if I were to bake something, what should it be? Husband: I dunno, blueberry muffins. Me: I mean something new, something exciting and fantastic – like a fancy cake. Husband: I don’t … Continue reading