Perspective

Some kids couldn’t care less about what they wear.  Clothes to them are simply part of life, and an insignificant one at that.  Our son is not one of those kids. The clothes he chooses are of the utmost importance, and what goes on, and more importantly, what will never go on, his body is the source of more than a little frustration in our house (specifically in his room most school days).  To get

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A Porg or a Painting?

In September 2017, Target released their new Star Wars toys to begin promotion of the latest film, The Last Jedi, opening the following December.  Being a family of Star Wars nerds fans, we made plans to get there the very first day they were displayed.  Since I was more excited about the movie than the toys, I let our six year old son roam about at will and watched him as he raced around the

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The Red Dress

“Mommy, do you know what that is?  It’s a girl, holding an umbrella, trying to open it in the wind and the rain.  And see that patch of blue in the corner?  That’s the rain.  It’s coming!”  This was said to me, quite out of the blue, by our six year old son in October 2017.  “Is it?”, I responded.  “Yes, it is”, he answered with absolute certainty along with a healthy mix of just-so-you-know

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Vermeer, Picasso…Murphy?

It’s 2018 and, just in time for a New Year’s resolution, it’s a chance to begin a new good habit. Each month, I will be updating this blog so that all of you can keep up with Chris’ latest work.   Some of you may have already picked up on my use of pronouns and figured out that I am not Chris himself.  I’m Kelley, his wife and partner in all things. To be clear, I

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