Monday, November 18, 2013

Good-bye, So Long, Farewell, My Friends

I am a little sad writing this post, the very last one of Question Air. This was my first blog, the place where I learned how awesome blogging is, the place I began by asking questions (in case you ever wondered how this blog got its name). Then this was the place I returned to as a pregnant blogger, the place where I became a mommy blogger.

For a variety of reasons, I haven't been written here for quite some time. So I decided it's time to officially sign off. I doubt many people out there will read this post, but if you are reading, thank you for being part of my life by reading this blog.

You can continue to follow my life as a mother at Poet's Guide to Motherhood:

poetsguidetomotherhood.com

and to follow Amelia's life at Amelia Brown:

ameliaobrown.blogspot.com

Thank you again, and, with love, good-bye.

Monday, June 3, 2013

Literary Mama

One of the posts of my new blog was republished on the Literary Mama website yesterday:

http://www.literarymama.com/blog/archives/2013/06/after-page-one-finding-time-4.html#comments

I am proud! Check it out to see why one of the labels for this post is "sleep."


Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Where I've Been

I have a new blog!


It's called Poet's Guide to Motherhood. Visit it at poetsguidetomotherhood.com.

I am not sure where I will go with Question Air. There are tons of things I want to write about Amelia--look how far behind I am. For now, it occured to me I should say where I've been--writing, just not writing here.


Thursday, February 21, 2013

Bathtime Baby

video

This trip down memory lane was brought to you by the Apple Store, where I finally figured out how to post videos on my new computer. New videos coming soon.

Wasn't she the cutest baby ever?

Monday, January 14, 2013

Gingerbread Friends

I read to Amelia's class Friday afternoon. We chose the book Gingerbread Friends.



We made gingerbread cookies Thursday morning to take in. I used this recipe that substitutes honey for molasses. The cookies turned out really well. They were firm but chewy, with a spicy/honey/even slightly salty taste that was yummy. I was very proud because historically, I am not a great baker. I guess having so much "help" helps. (We had to vacuum twice during the cookie making process.)





Below are some pictures of us before school Friday morning. Amelia still loves her read Christmas dress and will wear it every chance she gets.





She took this picture of Caillou all by herself. Below are our hands. We draw pictures on each other's hands before school so we can think about each other all day. This makes Amelia very happy and gets me a lot of interesting looks and questions.