Tag: #change

An Open Thank You

Last night I spent and hour and thirty-eight minutes on the phone with my best friend. I b******, I complained, I wallowed, I self-cared. Yesterday I discovered for the hundredth time in the eight years we’ve been friends that she is my rock. When…

See You Later

Last Friday was a bittersweet day, it was a day of lasts in a way. We are done with our last possession in Savannah — our first home. It was a place we poured hours into, where our friends became even more family and…

Surviving with Two

Today marks the four week and two day anniversary of becoming a parent for the second time — it also marks the four week anniversary of coming home to the chaos that is now my life. (I’ve now changed that sentence more than four…

Keeping Your Mind While Being a Stay at Home Parent

The importance of nurturing our children is something that is intangible; their education, manners, work ethic, and personalities are shaped by the ways in which we interact with them. This, however, does not change the cringing feeling I get the hundredth time I hear…

3!

The number 3 has been important to me my whole life. It was my favorite number, then my lucky number, and at 2:22 pm today it’s the age of my Baby J. I remember my whole world changed— I was handed a small wrinkly,…

Lost

Have you ever walked into a house that was once filled with the pitter-patter of small feet, a tiny person’s mess, an ungodly number of pictures and toys, and an endless amount of noise to find it empty? No longer are the toys that…

Good Bye

As I sat there staring at a cake, a Mickey Mouse, a vase of white roses, a strawberry pillow, a card, and some cupcakes I realized this was the end. It was the end of six and a half years of working my butt…

A New Year

As 2017 drew to a close and 2018 draws to an open my little family has so much to be thankful for. 2017 was a rollercoaster: we bought our first home, learned just how strong our marriage was (through redecorating, buis, health issues, and…

Baby Fever

Parenting. A frustrating endeavor if ever there was one. Constantly having information shoved down your throats and having to sort and filter through all of it while making decisions in the moment and trying to keep a suicidal ball of energy alive. It’s exhausting….

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