Show me the love + a new single mom series.

by mssinglemama on May 3, 2011

It’s hard to tell, cialis 40mg but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

It’s just one of the reasons why I love taking photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The little things we may not remember years from now. I’ve been lax at it lately. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let John and Benjamin escape without a few pictures of my own. To see them check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated the photo gallery and I bet you’re probably just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, cialis 40mg but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

It’s just one of the reasons why I love taking photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The little things we may not remember years from now. I’ve been lax at it lately. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let John and Benjamin escape without a few pictures of my own. To see them check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated the photo gallery and I bet you’re probably just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, nurse but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

It’s just one of the reasons why I love taking photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The little things we may not remember years from now. I’ve been lax at it lately. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let John and Benjamin escape without a few pictures of my own. To see them check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated the photo gallery and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, cialis 40mg but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

It’s just one of the reasons why I love taking photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The little things we may not remember years from now. I’ve been lax at it lately. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let John and Benjamin escape without a few pictures of my own. To see them check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated the photo gallery and I bet you’re probably just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, nurse but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

It’s just one of the reasons why I love taking photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The little things we may not remember years from now. I’ve been lax at it lately. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let John and Benjamin escape without a few pictures of my own. To see them check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated the photo gallery and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, see but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months.

Today, cost after an Easter Egg Hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus, tadalafil just a few blocks from my office. In spite of the clouds and the rain we had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

This scares the snot out of me and I wonder if he will remember the good and the bad, or just the bad. And that’s just one of the reasons why I love to take photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The happy and the sad. The things we may not remember years from now.

What did my bedspread look like ten years ago? Where did I have that picture hanging? How did the room feel when I was there, when we were all there? The people of the past who may or may not be with you now.

I’ve been lax at it lately, being so busy with Cement. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let them escape without a few of my own.

But this one, this one is by far the best.

Would you look at that little smart ass? Oh, no, nothing like his mother

To see all of today’s pictures, check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, cialis 40mg but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

It’s just one of the reasons why I love taking photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The little things we may not remember years from now. I’ve been lax at it lately. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let John and Benjamin escape without a few pictures of my own. To see them check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated the photo gallery and I bet you’re probably just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, nurse but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

It’s just one of the reasons why I love taking photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The little things we may not remember years from now. I’ve been lax at it lately. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let John and Benjamin escape without a few pictures of my own. To see them check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated the photo gallery and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, see but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months.

Today, cost after an Easter Egg Hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus, tadalafil just a few blocks from my office. In spite of the clouds and the rain we had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

This scares the snot out of me and I wonder if he will remember the good and the bad, or just the bad. And that’s just one of the reasons why I love to take photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The happy and the sad. The things we may not remember years from now.

What did my bedspread look like ten years ago? Where did I have that picture hanging? How did the room feel when I was there, when we were all there? The people of the past who may or may not be with you now.

I’ve been lax at it lately, being so busy with Cement. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let them escape without a few of my own.

But this one, this one is by far the best.

Would you look at that little smart ass? Oh, no, nothing like his mother

To see all of today’s pictures, check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, buy information pills but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

This scares me and I wonder if he will remember the good and the bad, or just the bad.

This is just one of the reasons why I love to take photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The happy and the sad. The things we may not remember years from now.

I’ve been lax at it lately, at capturing those little things. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let them escape without a few of my own. To see all of today’s pictures, check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, cialis 40mg but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

It’s just one of the reasons why I love taking photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The little things we may not remember years from now. I’ve been lax at it lately. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let John and Benjamin escape without a few pictures of my own. To see them check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated the photo gallery and I bet you’re probably just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, nurse but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

It’s just one of the reasons why I love taking photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The little things we may not remember years from now. I’ve been lax at it lately. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let John and Benjamin escape without a few pictures of my own. To see them check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated the photo gallery and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, see but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months.

Today, cost after an Easter Egg Hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus, tadalafil just a few blocks from my office. In spite of the clouds and the rain we had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

This scares the snot out of me and I wonder if he will remember the good and the bad, or just the bad. And that’s just one of the reasons why I love to take photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The happy and the sad. The things we may not remember years from now.

What did my bedspread look like ten years ago? Where did I have that picture hanging? How did the room feel when I was there, when we were all there? The people of the past who may or may not be with you now.

I’ve been lax at it lately, being so busy with Cement. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let them escape without a few of my own.

But this one, this one is by far the best.

Would you look at that little smart ass? Oh, no, nothing like his mother

To see all of today’s pictures, check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, buy information pills but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

This scares me and I wonder if he will remember the good and the bad, or just the bad.

This is just one of the reasons why I love to take photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The happy and the sad. The things we may not remember years from now.

I’ve been lax at it lately, at capturing those little things. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let them escape without a few of my own. To see all of today’s pictures, check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, stuff but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, mind believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, decease part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

This scares the snot out of me and I wonder if he will remember the good and the bad, or just the bad. And that’s just one of the reasons why I love to take photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The happy and the sad. The things we may not remember years from now.

What did my bedspread look like ten years ago? Where did I have that picture hanging? How did the room feel when I was there, when we were all there? The people of the past who may or may not be with you now.

I’ve been lax at it lately, at capturing those little things. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let them escape without a few of my own. To see all of today’s pictures, check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, cialis 40mg but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

It’s just one of the reasons why I love taking photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The little things we may not remember years from now. I’ve been lax at it lately. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let John and Benjamin escape without a few pictures of my own. To see them check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated the photo gallery and I bet you’re probably just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, nurse but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

It’s just one of the reasons why I love taking photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The little things we may not remember years from now. I’ve been lax at it lately. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let John and Benjamin escape without a few pictures of my own. To see them check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated the photo gallery and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, see but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months.

Today, cost after an Easter Egg Hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus, tadalafil just a few blocks from my office. In spite of the clouds and the rain we had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

This scares the snot out of me and I wonder if he will remember the good and the bad, or just the bad. And that’s just one of the reasons why I love to take photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The happy and the sad. The things we may not remember years from now.

What did my bedspread look like ten years ago? Where did I have that picture hanging? How did the room feel when I was there, when we were all there? The people of the past who may or may not be with you now.

I’ve been lax at it lately, being so busy with Cement. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let them escape without a few of my own.

But this one, this one is by far the best.

Would you look at that little smart ass? Oh, no, nothing like his mother

To see all of today’s pictures, check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, buy information pills but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

This scares me and I wonder if he will remember the good and the bad, or just the bad.

This is just one of the reasons why I love to take photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The happy and the sad. The things we may not remember years from now.

I’ve been lax at it lately, at capturing those little things. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let them escape without a few of my own. To see all of today’s pictures, check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, stuff but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, mind believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, decease part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

This scares the snot out of me and I wonder if he will remember the good and the bad, or just the bad. And that’s just one of the reasons why I love to take photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The happy and the sad. The things we may not remember years from now.

What did my bedspread look like ten years ago? Where did I have that picture hanging? How did the room feel when I was there, when we were all there? The people of the past who may or may not be with you now.

I’ve been lax at it lately, at capturing those little things. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let them escape without a few of my own. To see all of today’s pictures, check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, physician but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months.

Today, buy information pills after an Easter Egg Hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus, just a few blocks from my office. In spite of the clouds and the rain we had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

This scares the snot out of me and I wonder if he will remember the good and the bad, or just the bad. And that’s just one of the reasons why I love to take photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The happy and the sad. The things we may not remember years from now.

What did my bedspread look like ten years ago? Where did I have that picture hanging? How did the room feel when I was there, when we were all there? The people of the past who may or may not be with you now.

I’ve been lax at it lately, being so busy with Cement. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let them escape without a few of my own. To see all of today’s pictures, check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, cialis 40mg but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

It’s just one of the reasons why I love taking photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The little things we may not remember years from now. I’ve been lax at it lately. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let John and Benjamin escape without a few pictures of my own. To see them check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated the photo gallery and I bet you’re probably just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, nurse but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

It’s just one of the reasons why I love taking photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The little things we may not remember years from now. I’ve been lax at it lately. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let John and Benjamin escape without a few pictures of my own. To see them check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while since I’ve updated the photo gallery and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, see but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months.

Today, cost after an Easter Egg Hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus, tadalafil just a few blocks from my office. In spite of the clouds and the rain we had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

This scares the snot out of me and I wonder if he will remember the good and the bad, or just the bad. And that’s just one of the reasons why I love to take photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The happy and the sad. The things we may not remember years from now.

What did my bedspread look like ten years ago? Where did I have that picture hanging? How did the room feel when I was there, when we were all there? The people of the past who may or may not be with you now.

I’ve been lax at it lately, being so busy with Cement. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let them escape without a few of my own.

But this one, this one is by far the best.

Would you look at that little smart ass? Oh, no, nothing like his mother

To see all of today’s pictures, check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, buy information pills but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

This scares me and I wonder if he will remember the good and the bad, or just the bad.

This is just one of the reasons why I love to take photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The happy and the sad. The things we may not remember years from now.

I’ve been lax at it lately, at capturing those little things. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let them escape without a few of my own. To see all of today’s pictures, check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, stuff but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing. And that’s quite a feat, mind believe me.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months. As for me, decease part of me loves this all but I also want them both to stop growing so I can catch my breath for a few minutes.

Today, after an Easter Egg hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus. In spite of the clouds and the rain… we still had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

This scares the snot out of me and I wonder if he will remember the good and the bad, or just the bad. And that’s just one of the reasons why I love to take photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The happy and the sad. The things we may not remember years from now.

What did my bedspread look like ten years ago? Where did I have that picture hanging? How did the room feel when I was there, when we were all there? The people of the past who may or may not be with you now.

I’ve been lax at it lately, at capturing those little things. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let them escape without a few of my own. To see all of today’s pictures, check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
It’s hard to tell, physician but Benjamin may be growing faster than Cement Marketing.

Cement is up to seven (almost eight) team members. And Benjamin has grown an inch and a half in just the past two months.

Today, buy information pills after an Easter Egg Hunt in the morning we headed to a Clippers game in Downtown Columbus, just a few blocks from my office. In spite of the clouds and the rain we had a day. A great, fun, memory-filled day. Benjamin remembers just about everything. He often conjures up stories of things that happened when he was just two or three.

This scares the snot out of me and I wonder if he will remember the good and the bad, or just the bad. And that’s just one of the reasons why I love to take photographic evidence of the particularly awesome, yet often overlooked moments of our day to day lives. The happy and the sad. The things we may not remember years from now.

What did my bedspread look like ten years ago? Where did I have that picture hanging? How did the room feel when I was there, when we were all there? The people of the past who may or may not be with you now.

I’ve been lax at it lately, being so busy with Cement. I’ve even left my camera in the office for days at a time. But, today I kept it by my side from morning until night.

I also did something I rarely do–I gave it up.

First to Benjamin.

Who kept yelling and yelling, “No… really smile, Mommy!” Until he got it out of me.

It didn’t take long for me to turn the tables.


And then it was time to go.

And then to the nice man who gave us a few extra tickets on our way in. When we saw him in our awesome fourth row seats he offered to take our picture.

One hot dog, one bag of Cracker Jack’s, one bag of peanuts and two beers (and one water) later we headed home. And that’s when John Bear grabbed the camera.

I didn’t let them escape without a few of my own. To see all of today’s pictures, check out the complete photo album.

I hope you like them. I know it’s been a while and I know you’re probably all just as shocked as I am by Benjamin’s rapid ascension (literally) into full blown big boyhood.
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