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.
I can’t believe my squishy little Valentine is already four years old. It seems like just yesterday I almost had a heart attack on the operating table when my sweet baby, who was 2 weeks early, was 8 1/2 lbs. I had only gained about 25 pounds my whole pregnancy and was expecting a tiny… Continue reading ROAR! Addie is 4!
Warning! This post has pictures of me post-surgery. It isn’t pretty. When I found out that I was getting a septoplasty, I immediately started researching online for people’s experiences. I like to know exactly what to expect when I have to go through something. While I did find a few great blogs, I wanted to… Continue reading My Septoplasty Experience
Ever since Addison was diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder, I knew she would both love, and benefit from, a weighted blanket. She is a sensory seeker in every aspect of the word. She loves to feed her senses, whether it’s through jumping, yelling, running, crashing, or chewing. When she started Occupational Therapy, her therapist told… Continue reading Weighted Blanket Tutorial
For as long as I can remember, I have been a mouth breather. I always just figured that it was one of my quirks. Since having my babies, it seems to have gotten harder to breathe, and lately it has been unbearable. While I know that I have gained weight since I started having kids,… Continue reading Surgery.