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  • February12th

    As cliche as it is, I am constantly amazed by how sweet, smart, adorable, and funny our child is.

    EBD February 2013

    Every day when Hubba Bubba comes home from work, I have a new story for him of how Eleanora shared her favorite toy with a friend…


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  • February10th

    Tomayto, tomahto. Nee-ther, neye-ther. Prah-leen, pray-leen?

    New Orleans Pralines

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  • February8th

    My tradition of Lenten sacrifice began in fourth grade, when I gave up Coca-Cola. I swapped it out for Sprite, which is kind of like saying, “I won’t eat those potato chips, but pass me the French fries.” Still, I felt like a success when I made it through an entirely Coke-less Lent.

    Veggie Succotash

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  • February7th

    My history as an athlete is not one for the books.

    Chicken Tikka Masala

    Although I really wanted to be a cheerleader, my parents couldn’t figure out how or where to sign me up. I swam on the swim team every summer, but the LCC Lizards were terrible and lost every meet. And for one spring season my super-white legs and I donned black shorts every Saturday morning for soccer. My team was called the Rockettes, which may in part be why we lost every. single. game.

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