Who knew that last New Years eve as I lied on the couch at 3am (tired and 38 weeks pregnant with twins) that the blog I decided to start on my smart phone would have become this. I have now been blogging for a whole year (minus one three-week break) and I have enjoyed it … Continue reading
Since the year is coming to an end, I thought that it would be fun to put together a little montage of my ever changing hair. Last new year’s eve it was light brown and now it is blonde (the pics are in reverse chronological order so newest to oldest). To see my changing hair from … Continue reading
Since the twins’ first birthday (and their dad’s, yes they all have the same birthday) is coming up I thought I’d rerun this. Birthdays for me have always been small affairs. Maybe a nice dinner with some family or friends. A special treat to mark the day, and usually presents and cake. For Sawyer’s first … Continue reading
Whether you are a working mom like me or a SAHM, I think this article does a great job of pointing out the obvious. It’s amazing how we learn things and children and then forget or unlearn them as adults.
It’s that time of year again. With the new year upon us, many of us make resolutions we may or may not keep for the new year. Instead of writing about my resolutions, I thought I might look back at some of the resolutions of years past, and just how well they worked out. I am sure most … Continue reading
Wishing you and your family the very best this holiday season.
Recently, my city was hit with a terrible ice storm. We made it through, and now that I have power again I can blog about it. We knew it was coming, but Saturday wasn’t as bad as they said it would be. I worked my shift, got groceries and gas and spent time with the family. We … Continue reading
Thought we’d have some fun today and talk about the idiosyncrasies of parenting. Join in at the end. And no judging me LOL I wouldn’t trade it for the world. 1. You are put at the store and realize that blob is not part of the pattern of your shirt, it’s baby spit up. 2. … Continue reading
In reality, most women go into labour before their water breaks. I read that only 1 in 10 women will have their water break at the onset of labour. In fact, when I was pregnant with my first, this was the fact I told everyone. “It’s not like on television at all” I would say, … Continue reading
Recently, I read an article by Whitney Millard called Create Something Beautiful with Your Disappointment, and I was so moved by it, I really wanted to share it with you, especially if you are someone who is dealing with infertility. ——————— “We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose finite hope.” ~Martin Luther King Jr. “You … Continue reading