Kids and Swearing

By Wednesday, October 12, 2016

There are a few red flags that alert you to the type of vocab your kids are slinging when you are not around. For instance, when I hear "Oh fudge", I'm pretty sure I have a little curser on my hands. No one uses "fudge" unless it's a substitution for its more aggressive, satisfyingly-lewd cousin, the f-bomb, or you're a fudge maker and ...

The Marshall 5km Showdown

By Wednesday, October 5, 2016

It was two years ago, as Meg and I were training for a marathon, that our loud-mouthed baby brother challenged us to a 5km race. We knew we would kick his ass, but thought it would be fun to see him run his out-of-shape ass after us. There were doubters, our husbands both thought our brother, Little Rossy, ...

Roasted Cauliflower Soup

By Friday, September 30, 2016

With the cooler weather approaching, we both start scouring the internet for soup recipes. I had a back log of cauliflower hanging out in my fridge, so my focus quickly became finding a soup recipe that involved a lot of that. Enter roasted cauliflower soup. What intrigued me about this recipe was the inclusion of hummus, I'm a big fan of ...

The Big Questions

By Wednesday, September 28, 2016

This is the start of a new series here on the blog, dubbed The Big Questions. Our kids, like all kids, can ask some really crazy shit. Sometimes it's entertaining, other times it's annoying, and then there are those occasions when we think, Huh, I'm an adult and have never considered that. This month's big questions: Why is Santa always ...