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Today my life long childhood friend posted this video of her husband. Who happens to be a glorious human. My mind started to wander about what type of people I want to surround my kids with. Click the link below. Read his story and watch the video. Inspiring as shit. Blue Cross Video My only […]Read More
Spending a lot more time in your house then you normally would because you have a baby? Big adjustment. Here’s a fun trick to play on your friends for your own enjoyment. 1. Invite your friends over for coffee. 2. Dress the baby in a hand me down […]Read More
Hi New Mama’s, Welcome! Your life belongs to someone else right now. You are currently riding the baby postpartum roller coaster. The high and low is just about as extreme as it’s going to get for you emotionally in your life. One minute you are basking in the glory that is snuggling with a […]Read More
One of our kind and thoughtful friends gave this to Josh while I was pregnant. Very cute idea to put in a baby shower gift for the Dad. Funny but really good solid info as well. I wanted to share my favorite page from this book for all of you […]Read More
Normally I’m not a fan of negative sharing and Internet rants. I go on the Internet to look at funny cat videos and to pin hundreds of recipes that I will never make. I always felt that people who go on the Internet to be mean to other people are strange. Why not take […]Read More
On this St. Paddy’s Day I’d like to give a shout out to another Saint I know. Thank you St. Bandit for not knowing that you are a dog. You are truly a kind dude. We weren’t sure how this was going to go. You were our fake baby before we were ready to have […]Read More
Here’s the story. The first blog I ever wrote: I read this article one day. It asked what my 6th grade self would think of me. That girl was going to be a famous writer who would write books in her beach house while wearing comfortable slippers. She still had one […]Read More