Today is my 40th birthday!!!!! I can't believe it. I don't feel forty. I hope don't look forty, lol!!! I look back over the last decade and wonder just exactly how it went by so fast. I remember telling my mom when I turned 30 that now I needed to become an adult. (I remember… Continue reading Shake, Rattle & Roll
My little twin tornadoes are such a source of fun and sometimes frustration but they are an amazing pair to watch. I've mentioned in several past posts that twins are still a phenomenon that the world loves. Identical twins especially. Now of course my girls are not identical but they still hold such an incredible… Continue reading The Power Of Two
Oh My Kayla, sweet little Kayla. She was the "baby b" of my twins. 6 years old and this girl has already racked up quite the resume of nicknames. Tigger, boo boo, smarty pants, wisbang, etc.... Kayla is definitely my teenager in the making. She sighs, rolls her eyes and cries with the best of… Continue reading Boo Boo
I purposely waited a little past the new year to post this. Resolutions are a good thing but it seems no matter how good intentioned they are by week 3 or month 2 something can happen to derail that resolution train and people give up. Last year I made a resolution to lose weight. Not… Continue reading Resolutions Be Gone!!!!
What can be said of Reagan? She is the oldest of my twins by 18 minutes. Her nicknames say some of it. Lil miss, tiny, hugs a lot and of course the title, spider monkey. She is our lover. Reagan gives hugs and kisses freely to her family and is always ready to give more… Continue reading Spider Monkey
Bear, Panda, Jami's mini me.... my oldest daughter goes by and heard those all her life. I've written about her in several occasions lately. She is my 19 year old going on 30 year old that spent the first 12 years of her life with me all to herself. So to say that she was… Continue reading Mini Me
I've found that the changes I feared would ruin me have always becomes doorways, and on the other side I have found a more courageous and graceful self. ~ Elizabeth Lesser
Like snowflakes, my Christmas memories gather and dance - each beautiful, unique, and gone too soon. ~ Deborah Whipp