“To have and to hold, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do us part.” They say you should never stop dating your spouse. We’re five years into our marriage and haven’t leaved near family the past four years so going out for dates doesn’t happen as
I’m writing this from my phone as I may have just seconds before my whole house is awake. I’m typing this with one hand and drinking a hot cup of coffee with my other. I’m stealing just a brief moment with my baby babbling by my side. Since moving to our new place I haven’t
I grew up in a house with eleven people and one bathroom. Now there are five of us and we have three bathrooms. I survive in chaos but when given a choice, I try to choose calm. Have you ever heard that the five people you spend the most time with are a reflection of
I am so excited to be back to writing after a long break while I adjust to life with three littles! My son was born at the end of August and has kept this mama busy! Life is sometimes a blur with these three and I had to put some things on the back burner.
I’m sitting here with my makeup done for the first time in ages (minus the quick face I throw on for church on Sunday). My hair is damp, hasn’t been brushed, and I’m debating on drying it for the full effect or throwing it up in a bun the way it will eventually be done