Hi and welcome! 

I'm a Momma, wife and artist. With 3 of my 4 kids almost grown, I can look back and share with you everything I learned on my favorite subject, raising a family. Like Albert Einstein said "Rejoice with your family in the wonderful land of life" and though things may get messy, you can't really go wrong. xoox



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When your child goes off to College

Warning! Do not under any circumstances pull out that box of old photos at any point in time during their senior year.  Don't do it!

Of course you will, because the yearbook needs a baby photo, there's a graduation slide show to make...and pretty soon you're knee deep in a pile of 4x6 memories sobbing uncontrollably.  

On top of that, you will come to the sickly realization that you have way more pictures than are currently surrounding you.  Where are they? Omg, they're on your old cam corder, random photo CD's, that old phone!   Oh, the pain! The good news is this horrible realization will snap you out of your sad reverie.  The bad news is, you now have another project on your to-do list.

I'm going to do it.  Print out all my old photos currently in digital pugatory. I did a google search with the words..."cheapest photo prints" since I have roughly 8,000,000 to do. 

And, I found this!  MAILPIX.com   0.1cents per 4x6 photo every wednesday!  And today's wednesday!

Do this people. So, that when your time comes to send that precious one off to college, you can spend the time hugging them and discreetly measuring them for a life size photo you'll hang up when they're gone. Ya know, normal stuff.


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