The Root of All Evil (or, the Dentist Cometh)

My Boo is the bravest little boy I know. I’m sure my UK peeps are wondering “what’s the big deal”, but I must confess that I am one who needs a hit of nitrous oxide before the dentist can give me a shot of Novocaine, I get so nervous. Yes, we Americans are pampered a [Read On]

All About Mom (from a 5 year olds point-of-view)

Today, Boo’s class sang us songs in honor of Mother’s Day! Their presentation included boisterous versions of “Skidamarink”, “Mommy Loves Me (This I know)”, and ____, complete with hand motions (I’m tellin’ ya, I can see the future rock star in him now! Although, his friend Ellie has him hands-down in the volume department. She [Read On]

Wordless Wednesday – Does this make my ears look big?

(they both look so enthused, doesn’t they?)

Farm weekend for Sam

The weekend of cousin Julia’s birthday was especially exciting for Sam for another reason as well – we would be on the farm. And next to rock-and-roll, Sam’s favorite thing is John Deere tractors! So being on the farm, the best thing you could ask him is “want to go for a ride on a [Read On]

A Valentine's Celebration!

Sam had his Valentine’s Party at school today. First, they played some bingo, using Sweetheart Candy as the markers. (I’m impressed that none were eaten – really!) I’m more impressed that Sam was totally cool with not winning. Then, they had a yummy treat! (Yes, let’s just get them really sugared up before lunch….) Their [Read On]

Introducing Sam Lenny and the Train Rockers

Sam performing his version of U2’s “In the Name of Love”, followed by “Go Tell it on the Mountain” and his title song, “Train Rock” on his very own stage, gifted to him by Papa. Be sure to watch until the the last song, to hear his new catch-phrase. Its a joyful noise!

A thought before bedtime…

“Mommy, why do we have to watch out for fall germs?” “Ummm. Fall germs? What are those?” (mommy plays innocent – instead of stupid) “The germs that come in the fall.” “Well, sweetie, there are all types of germs, but they aren’t for just one season. Where did you hear of fall germs?” “At school*, [Read On]

Rock on, Sam!

Sam is our little rocker and an imaginative boy. He’s never needed fancy instruments – in a pinch, a garden rake or even a story book will suffice for a guitar, (he plays a mean air guitar, too, just don’t call it that) and a tee-ball stand for a microphone. The front steps make an [Read On]

Rock on, Sam!

Sam is our little rocker and an imaginative boy. He’s never needed fancy instruments – in a pinch, a garden rake or even a story book will suffice for a guitar, (he plays a mean air guitar, too, just don’t call it that) and a tee-ball stand for a microphone. The front steps make an [Read On]

Rock on, Sam!

Sam is our little rocker and an imaginative boy. He’s never needed fancy instruments – in a pinch, a garden rake or even a story book will suffice for a guitar, (he plays a mean air guitar, too, just don’t call it that) and a tee-ball stand for a microphone. The front steps make an [Read On]