Babywearing- Just do it!

So here’s the deal: I’m totally into babywearing, and IT’S LOVE! I don’t know how many times I’ve seen a mom fumbling for her keys, her phone, or her other child while clumsily hanging onto a squirmy little person. Each time I see it, I can only imagine what kind of baby carrier she could […]

The Fog Has Lifted

It’s been quite some time since I’ve had a chance to sit down and blog! I must say I’ve had many days that I have wanted to, but have found myself strategically snuggled between two cute little boys and unable to operate my computer. That’s okay! I’m happy to have those sweet moments, but as […]

It still hurts…

We took our three-year-old trick or treating tonight. As I sit here now thinking about what fun we had, I’m sad at the same time. It still hurts. It hurt last week, as a dear friend and her beautiful daughters came to our house. Her youngest, an itty-bitty one-year-old, took a keen interest in my […]

16 weeks, 5 days

Today marks 16 weeks, 5 days in my rainbow pregnancy. The past week has brought up a great deal of emotions. Eliza‘s due date was last Friday, as most of my readers know, and today marks the point in THIS pregnancy at which I lost Eliza. My Dr. D saw me on Monday and will […]

It was a WEDDING!

We did it! We tied the knot! Whatta day. Talk about an exciting 24 hours. It was like a blitz of emotions and excitement followed by what felt like a hangover…but was certainly not! January 19th came and went very quickly. As most people warned us beforehand,  the old adage to “enjoy it because it goes […]

The Right and Privilege of Voting

November 6- Today I am thankful for the right and privilege of voting. It is something that many people in this country take for granted. Voting is something that stole many lives over the years, and took many struggles to gain for every citizen. It took strength, courage, and conviction to fight for this fundamental concept […]

Politics…too painful for words

I hate election time. It’s about as pleasant as a six month menstrual period. Not only do I have to make difficult choices of my own after poring over websites, news articles, debates, and the like…but I also have to listen to other people talk about the candidates. You know, those two doofuses with a jillion bucks […]

Where were you?

I remember that fateful day just eleven years ago. It’s still so vivid in my mind. I was asleep in my dorm room at BGSU when my phone rang. It was Mom. She urgently told me to turn on the TV to see what was happening in New York City. I did, and as we […]

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