Posted in June 2012

Graduation, or Moving Up

It’s a time to think ahead, but, for me, I cannot help to reflect on the past from time to time… Especially now since the triplets have “moved on” or graduated from Pre-K. While the girls had an end-of-year celebration, Theo actually had a whole ceremony planned for him and his classmates at Upstate Cerebral … Continue reading

Summer Cold: Ugh!

Sorry I’ve not posted in a while…I have plenty of material (trust me). We’ve been keeping track of what we’ve been doing with our summer and we got off to a great start: Day 1: Played with hose! Tried to get Theo involved. He didn’t like it much. Girlies LOVED it. Day 2: Ate watermelon … Continue reading

Most Amazing Girls

They Do SurpriseYou, Right Before Your Eyes I will keep this short since, well, it was one of THOSE nights last night when instead of birds chirping to wake you up (that does happen, sometimes, right?!) Theodore was in full melt-down mode, screaming on top of his lungs, in pain… in frustration… It was those … Continue reading

It Takes A Village

It Takes a Village, or a Town…and Canastota, N.Y., home to onion fields and boxing champs is now home to the Conrad triplets. You know that saying, “It Takes a Village to Raise a Child”? I think that’s true. And while my husband and I are doing our best raising our triplets, we could not … Continue reading

Mother’s Day: Revisited

Mother’s Day Never Ends My good friend and Olena’s Godmother, Susan, recently completed a series of stories focusing on Mother’s Day. She then turned the tables on me and asked me the following. While I can write a few chapters on each question, I will try my best to keep the answers short and sweet. … Continue reading