I don't like to do laundry. There are so many places in the process where it can get piled up. It can be over-flowing in the hampers, waiting to washed, or piled up on the floor of my laundry room, making it hard to get to our freezer. It is waiting in stacked laundry baskets … Continue reading Laundry Room Overhaul
Category: Everyday Life
Getting anywhere on time is impossible. Let me rephrase. Getting anywhere is impossible. Anyone else feel the same? I see moms walk into library programs late looking a little frazzled. I hope that they don't think that there is any judgement in my eyes because I get it. In order to get somewhere I typically … Continue reading I just wanted to go to Target.
When I was dating Eloy I had quite a few opportunities to see him with little kids. But nothing could prepare me for how great of a father he would be for our three little girls. (We have twins who turn three next month, and a seven month old baby.) Every night before my husband … Continue reading Why my husband is a great father
There are so many days when staying at home is a joy. And there some days when I just feel alone and isolated. I say this not to complain about staying at home with my children, which I love, but to acknowledge and share something that I feel is missing in our society. Awhile back, … Continue reading Thirsting for community
It has been awhile (about a year!) since I blogged. I stopped writing since I wasn't feeling the best - I had "morning sickness" all day long. And then I just got lazy. 🙂 We welcomed our newest addition to our family on 12-12-2012, a joyous occasion! Josephine is a sweet and easy-going baby, though … Continue reading 45 Simple Things that Make my Children Smile
I love the stage my twins are in right now. They are learning so much, they love to imitate, and they are learning how to interact with others. These past couple weeks they have done a few things that I thought would be fun to share with you. A helping hand For Christmas the girls … Continue reading Cute/Funny things my children did this week
I'll be honest with you. Before college I never used many cuss words. And then, without the parents around to give me that "glare" if I used a naughty word, I slipped into the habit of using more "colorful language." Then, after being married a couple of years my husband and I found out we … Continue reading “Bleep! #@*%” “QUARTER!”