Baby #2 quickly after baby #1 was HARD. See my previous post… finally after a few months, I’m FINALLY getting back to “normal”. This is going to be a Long woe is me to I love me post….but it’s my blog! I do what I want! Read the rest of this entry
Well, after a VERY long week, I am home. Turns out, when you have a fever for two weeks and antibiotics aren’t making a difference, you really should go to the doctor. I do so solemnly swear that in the future when I am sicker than seems normal, I will go to the doctor. Here’s the saga…. brace yourself. It’s long. Read the rest of this entry
More news in our world! We welcomed our second son, Jensen Luke, into the world on his due date! How often does that happen?! While his birth also did not go as planned, it was 100% better experience than we had last time. Let’s start at the beginning. Read the rest of this entry
Ok, thoughts on 13 Reasons Why….Here it goes. Be warned: There will likely be spoilers.
When I turned it on, I was expecting it to be hard to watch. The things I’d heard said that it was challenging to watch, it was convicting, and also that it glorified suicide. While the last episode with the actual suicide was hard to watch (I had to turn away), the rest of it seemed like a typical teenage angst-filled high school tv show where there is a lot of unnecessary drama. Overall, the main idea seems to be that parents and teachers should pay more attention to their kids and friends should be more “friendly”.
Here is Q’s long-awaited birth story and my hospital experience. While things didn’t go as planned, baby and mommy are healthy. That’s all that matters, right?
December 21st marked me a week overdue, and when we went to my doctor appointment that afternoon at 4:15, we expected to discuss making an induction appointment for the first available date after Christmas. Read the rest of this entry
Hello, forgotten blog world. Thanks to Seester for finding it again and inspiring me to post again!
I’ve been married for a year! Wow. I’m an English teacher now, and work at Sylvan. Life is good. It’s flown by so quickly, it’s hard to sum it up in one little blog post without making people yawn or gag. HA! Suffice it to say, both my husband and I have learned so much about life and love and how to live with each other. It’s hard to be married, but definitely worth it. I’ve been incredibly blessed.
Let’s talk about something controversial, shall we? Read the rest of this entry