Before I get into the past month’s events, I wanted to share a little background information on our story and the steps that we took to get to where we are.. *** Since I was pregnant with Brady, this little man has kept us on our toes. At my early-risk assessment ultrasound at the end… Continue reading Epilepsy
It has been a while since my last update. Life got really difficult for a minute and I apologize for leaving so abruptly. I hope you all are doing well. I can’t believe we are almost halfway through June! My month off starts on Friday and I could not be any more excited to have… Continue reading Life Lately
I have come to know so many of my fellow bloggers that I have been following for a while and love to imagine sitting down and having coffee with you all and just discussing life! I invite you over to sit on my big comfy couch with a cup of your favorite coffee (or tea)… Continue reading Coffee on the Comfy Brown Couch
I have come to know so many of my fellow bloggers that I have been following for a while and love to imagine sitting down and having coffee with you all and just discussing life! So a new series is born! I invite you over to sit on my big comfy couch with a cup… Continue reading Coffee on the Comfy Brown Couch
I decided to start my decluttering project off with what I felt was the simplest of areas: my digital life. Between computer files, Facebook groups/friends, and the thousands of photos and downloads on my phone, I felt the need to get rid of the excess. I started with Facebook. I removed about 200 people (mostly… Continue reading The Declutter Project: Digital
Hey there! It has been about a month since I have had two seconds to sit down and write. One of my biggest goals for 2017 was to become more frequent with my blog posts, and clearly I am failing miserably. At least the year is still young. Speaking of goals, Keith and I have… Continue reading The Declutter Project
Today marks five years since I heard those awful words. “I’m so sorry. Your baby is coming. You need to push.” I can still hear the tone of the doctor’s voice. See the tears on the nurse’s face. Feel the squeeze of your daddy’s hand on mine as I cried. This day is never an easy… Continue reading To my first son.