Category Archives: Dear Josh
There’s always the to-do list: dishes to wash, laundry to fold, suitcases to pack… I really “don’t have time” for this.
And yet, laying here in the dark, typing this while Joshua’s hand iron-grips my forearm as he finally drifts off to sleep … Continue reading
Dear Joshua, You will never understand how amazing it is for Mommy when you play by yourself. I mean really–I’ve barely seen you or heard you since 10:00am and it’s now 11:21. I was able to feed your sister, clean … Continue reading
You know you have a toddler when: You finish wrapping your husband’s birthday present, flip it over, and find peanut butter smeared all over the top of the package. #peanutbuttermonger
I just can’t get over how awesome my son is. He plays like Andy from Toy Story, complete with Mr. Potato Head and a semi scary dinosaur. He tries to hike the basketball at the park-and somehow looks awesome doing … Continue reading
Joshua Nelson Lindeen … You are currently crawling around your craft table, in mismatched pajamas, and a probably grossly soggy diaper. One boot on, one boot off, pushing a Sesame Street bus full of random toys. The fort I made … Continue reading
I know every mother goes through this, but …. does he really have to grow up? I mean, can’t he be Peter Pan or something and stay like this forever? (Now, I don’t actually really like that idea, because I … Continue reading