This is my babies night time routine on most nights. It’ll change obviously when they’re sick or we’re out late but most of the time it goes just like this. … Read More My 3 & 4 Year Olds Night Time Routine
Since its a New Year and have seen a couple bloggers post their wish list thought I would too. 🙂 New Purse. For a while now I’ve been wanting a bigger purse one specifically like the one in the picture. Brown and that has three separations because I sometimes still carry some stuff for my… Read More 2018 Wishlist
I honestly don’t know why I’m writing this. I know he will never ever read this so that’s one reason and I just want to get all my feelings out. I grew up with two older siblings (way older) and my mother who has been both Mom & Dad in my life. I never once… Read More Someone that wasn’t in my life.
My dearest Lydia Mavis, Since the day I found out I was pregnant with you I remember having butterflies in my tummy because I had a huge feeling that you were gonna be a girl. You were a huge surprise in our lives baby girl. You were the calmest and sweetest baby. You made me… Read More A Letter To My Sweet Girl
Hello Everyone! So, September 25 is our little Noah’s Birthday and this year we decided on making it Disney Cars theme since he’s been obsessed. I decided to make these for the kids so they can race, and also bought some mini piston cups as a prize. First off, for the first couple steps all… Read More DIY Disney Cardboard Cars
To this day I still remember the moment our doctors talked to my husband and I about our sons heart condition. A little perspective as to the way I felt is a clip from the movie Miracles from Heaven. Before, this doctor appointment we had many ultrasounds but, no one would tell us what was… Read More My Son’s Heart
I have two kids, Noah who is 3 almost 4 in September and Lydia who is 2 1/2. We go to church every Sunday if we do not go its because someone is sick but we try our best to go most Sundays. My kids are not perfect and these things don’t always work but,… Read More How I keep my kids calm in Church