I am a wife. I am a teacher. But the most humbling and moving role in my life to date is that of a mother, or better yet, a MOM. We live in a rural area of Virginia and we keep it simple, which, by the way, does not mean we are stupid. It means you can keep your drama, and your traffic, and your $6 latte, and leave me my family.
I like when it snows. I like breakfast food for dinner. I like to write and I wish I had more time to read. I like meaningful and insightful quotations, but not in place of original thought. I like to give gifts. I like to get them too. I like my Hyundai better than your Mercedes. True story.
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“Oh, if my second child had been my first, she’d have been my last.”… “My second go ’round was a nightmare!”… “Our second, well, lets just say if he was first, he would be an only child!” …these are among … Continue reading →
The bulk of my posts, as with most “mommy blogs,” are centered around all of the things I am experiencing–good, bad, and ugly– in motherhood. The giggles, the boo boos and kisses on boo boos, the bedtime stories, the “firsts,” … Continue rea
Two years ago today, I was exactly 40 weeks and one day pregnant… one day past my calendar due date with Zachary. I’m not sure why that extra day was so significant, but I seem to remember feeling different that … Continue reading →