I admit it. I am an A type personality. I throw myself into projects and will not stop until they are completed. I am usually trying to do 3 things at once. I thrive on it, I always have. I am depressed when I feel like I have nothing to do. I struggled when I […]
Being the herpes fan that I am, I am excited to write another post about these interesting viruses. A common childhood rash. I bet you didn’t know that herpesviruses are the cause of one of the most common childhood rashes: roseola. I didn’t know this until I started studying viruses. But I did remember that […]
Between snow storms and hurricanes, it seems like we have had our share of school cancellations this year. Once the initial excitement wears off, I find that my kids get really antsy during a storm if we have to stay inside. Also, due to our time spent in Alabama, they tend to worry a lot […]
I didn’t mean to leave you high and dry on how things are going with potty training! It definitely hasn’t been dry on our (his) end. I am not sure what is going on. Sometimes he seems completely trained and does great. He tells me every time he needs to go and can go a […]
We made banana creme pie and pumpkin pie to celebrate Pi Day. If I was really good, I would show them how to use pi to measure pie. I will probably just show them how to eat pie!
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I'm a displaced scientist looking for the science in raising kids and starting a farm.