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Heather B. Armstrong
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Leta's coach at the soccer clinic today demonstrating a skill I've always envied. If I tried this I'd break a window or maim several children. #CloserToPro
My kid is a trooper. Three hours of soccer training. She's ready for World Cup. @CitiPrivatePass #CloserToPro pic.twitter.com/y6mBmJWBKw
Leta is getting her first experience with soccer with a little help from Álvaro Saborío. @CitiPrivatePass #CloserToPro
Just had the most humbling experience of sitting on a toilet with a full-length mirror directly in front of it.
Beck found a wounded butterfly at the pool that Marlo wants to take home "and put in the refrigerator" @cheekymuffy
Thus commenced The Huge Misunderstanding of 2008 “@ritaarens: @theblogess got overwhelmed... then came @dooce 's keynote."
Before we sped down the alpine slide. She kept screaming, "FASTER! FASTER!" Of course she did.
My water dog in her natural habitat
Leta and Georgia and Marlo, reunited at camp pickup. Leta, it is so hard to be adored. @bloggras
Happy birthday to this guy. @matttuff xo
She will not leave Coco alone and, my god, this dog deserves every second of this.
Today I may be another year older, but I still feel like I could rock these boots.
My friend @cheekymuffy lost her dog Sadie a few months ago, just one of many ungodly tragedies to befall her in the last year. Yesterday she adopted 9wk-old Annie, a yellow lab, the runt of the litter. She's tiny and smells of puppy breath and is right now clumsily chasing a cat. Taking a moment now
"If you leave that bracelet on your arm too long it will cut off your sexalation." - my 5yr-old, the scientist.
Not even a full day back and she's already bossing around #gusfacekillah @bloggras
Wildlife Encounters, episode “Baby Elephant”: dooce.com/2014/07/14/wil… fb.me/3dj1yt210
Looking out the window as we flew over the mountains in Utah. Flying with a 10 and 5-yr-old wasn't bad at all despite a few dirty looks as we boarded. Witnessing her fascination was totally worth her opening the stall wide open as I was peeing in the bathroom after we landed.
Passing time before our flight. She just shouted, "MOM DID YOU KNOW ROBOTS AREN'T STRONGER?" Yeah. Duh. Who doesn't.
This is Rosie. She has a severe neurological disorder that causes her to circle and obsess and requires a ton of medication. She was boarded for the week and Marlo specifically asked to be a part of picking her up. The biggest sweetheart you could imagine. She is a part of our family now, dammit.