When I was pregnant with Turner, it was vital to me that we find the perfect baby book for him. Adam and I searched store after store for just the right book. I knew that this was the book that I would use to keep track of all of his milestones, cute moments, and baby […]
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Like I said in my last blog post, I love a good road trip! It’s a great opportunity to see more of the country and to make great memories! We have gone on road trips that were only a few hours long and some that took a few days to get to the last stop. […]
Some of my favorite childhood memories took place on road trips. Every summer, my dad would grab the newest Atlas, my Mom would pack our neon clothes (hello 90s!), and they’d lay down the backseats of our station wagon for another trip to remember. You know the station wagon I’m talking about..the one with the […]
Marriage is work, but it’s so worth it. I can honestly say that I love him so much more now eleven Valentine’s Days later than I did on that day he showed up with that giant stuffed frog.
I have to tell you about the most amazing invention ever in the history of anything…ONLINE GROCERY SHOPPING. The wheel is great, TV is cool…but being able to buy an entire supply of groceries and not even stepping foot into the grocery store?!?!
Today is World Prematurity Day. According to bliss.org, the theme for this year is #PrematurityIs. Our youngest son, Easton, was born at 33 weeks and 5 days.
I am by no means a loss or a grief expert. I’m just a mom that lost her son and learned so many things along the way. I was so blessed to have moms that had experienced similar losses come up around me and offer their wise counsel.
I had always been so naive. I had heard that stat that one in four women will experience miscarriage or infant loss, but it wasn’t going to happen to me.
Friday, September 29th is National Coffee Day and if you ask me, no beverage deserves more praise! I even wrote a haiku in honor of my favorite drink:
I want my child’s teacher to know that I admire what you do. I know that I couldn’t do it. It takes a special kind of person to dedicate their life to teaching young people.