Rutabaga Momma

Elephants and rutabagas are two random, silly sounding words.  My absolute favorite two words in the English language. Just saying them makes me smile.  They’ve become a default punchline when I tell my kids stories and jokes. A sample:


Who’s there?


Rutabaga who?

Rutabaga wants to come in and play with your elephant.

Not really funny, but it cracks up my 5-year old daughter, Laura. I also have a 1 year old son, Jason.

In this blog, I write and share pictures from our life in Connecticut. To get you started, here are a few of my favorite posts:

5 Responses to Rutabaga Momma

  1. Momma G says:

    Thanks for sharing, Beth. I thoroughly enjoy reading your meanderings, and look forward to this marvelous way to keep up with your family’s doings and growings. Certainly puts a smile on the day.

  2. Deb Denis says:

    It’s so very nice to keep in touch with the humor of someone with a true child’s perspective (uh, that would be a true child). Thanks for the refreshment, Beth 🙂

    • Beth says:

      Thank you, Deb. You were one of my motivators for this blog. When we worked together, one of the areas I wanted to work on was writing. You asked whether it had to be a book. At the time, I thought that was my target. Now that I’m blogging, I realize that wasn’t the correct target. Just the act of regularly posting is enough.

  3. Hi Beth. I have nominated you for the One Lovely Blog Award. Love your blog!

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