Parents I know you understand. When you have more than one child and illness strikes, you cross your fingers that the rest of the house is spared. It rarely works but it's a great thought. This last week was full of prayers that our sweet Kayla would get better soon and her sisters wouldn't get… Continue reading White Flag
On Sunday my parents braved the mighty task of taking our three littles across the river and through the woods to their home. It was a big trip for our girls. The first time that they would be actually a good 150 some miles from mommy and daddy for several nights. My mom wasn't quite… Continue reading Wings
"Embracing the idea that you can want things for yourself even if nobody else understands the whys behind them is the most freeing and powerful feeling in the world." ~ Rachel Hollis
It's been over a year since I started this blog. I've learned a lot in this last year. For instance, I can change how my site looks but that doesn't mean people will come flocking to it. I can post the most heartfelt, gut wrenching post and not a single person will "like" it, which… Continue reading Looking Back
I remember a time when Friday night meant football games, late night movies and as summer made its way in to life late night pool parties and just lots of fun! As a mom my view has changed. I still love going out with my husband and seeing late movies but I'm also a realist… Continue reading Friday Night Lights!!!
When you live in a home like mine you have to be prepared for someone to do or say something that's going to make you laugh. We all laugh easily here and probably over the stupidest things sometimes. Example, this morning I sneezed so hard the cat sitting on my lap fell off. Not jumped… Continue reading So Easy
Our home has never been quiet. If it is was I think I might have a panic attack (not a joke) I'm from a VERY loud family. Mike of course would love a little less noise, he being from a VERY quiet family, we will meet in the middle some day (LOL). Anyway, as I… Continue reading A Full Set
Moms and kids the world over have a daily battle as old as time... bedtime. Mothers know that it's very simple. Brush your teeth, go potty, read a book, get a kiss goodnight and off to dream land. Kids have a different plan. Usually involves the mothers version but about fifty more times of going… Continue reading Not So Different