Caity has started taking private lessons with one of the coaches at the rink. After only 2 lessons she has learned almost an entire figure skating routine. At the beginning you can see she even does a little “jump”. I highly recommend full screen view because I am a bit far away from her when recording.
Prank My Mom is a Lifetime hidden-camera show that allows kids to show their mothers just how much they love them or not.
I am so glad this show was not around when Adam was living at home. Even now, with him so far away I will stay on my toes.
The show airs on Tuesdays at 10pm on Lifetime network.
I received no compensation for this post, I just think the show idea is fun and chose to share it with all of you.
I am in Las Vegas this week. My daughter Marisa is getting married on Wednesday, July 25, 2012. I want to spend as much time as possible with my family, so if you will please excuse me, this week I will be re-posting some of my favorite posts involving Marisa.
I have loved you from the minute I found out about you. I was terrified, but thrilled to know you were going to be born. You took your sweet time (even then things had to be your way LOL), but you came out hollering and beautiful.
I made some really stupid choices when you were so tiny, stupid enough that we were separated for almost 3 years, 3 very important years in your life. I visited you as often as possible and never stopped loving you all that time. I was lucky to have family that loved you (and me) and they took great care of you for me.
You grew into a responsible young lady with some questionable choices in your teen years (don’t we all?) and are now the mother of 3 beautiful children of your own.
I see the smiles and the laughs and the tears and the hollers. I hear the praise and the discipline and I am proud to know that you are doing a wonderful job raising these three angels. I would like to take the credit for setting a good example as a parent but I know better than that.
As you are faced with trials and tribulations one after the other this year, I hope you remember that you are loved and important.
I am in Las Vegas this week. My daughter, Marisa, is getting married on Wednesday. I want to spend as much time as possible enjoying my family this week, so if you will please excuse me, I will be re-posting some of my favorite posts involving Marisa.
My baby is 18 today!
I can hardly believe we made it.
I say we because there were times when I didn’t know if she or I were going to make it through some days. But we did and she is a beautiful and wonderful woman.
Wow! A woman, ok let’s try lady, yeah lady sounds much better.
I’m sure we’ll have our moments but now it is all up to her. Her decisions, her choices. But I will be there to back her up 100% with a smile on my face.
Of course that is only because I had the best teacher. Thanks mom!
I want to take this chance to thank all of my wonderful family. It has always been said that it takes a village to raise a family, and in my case it was definitely true. Thank you everyone for all the help through all the years, I know I didn’t always make the right decisions or the right choices but you were all there supporting me and backing me up whether you liked it or not. And together look at what we accomplished! I couldn’t have done it without you.
I love you all!
Mine does. As a matter of fact the Foursquare check in name for his place is “Pancake Guy”. One of my Grand Nephews dubbed him the “World’s Greatest Pancake Maker” when he came out for a visit.
According to the researchers at Got Milk he is not alone. 64% of dad’s say they make breakfast more often for their families than their dad’s did when they were young.