Well hello friends! It’s been forever. Two words…THREE KIDS (and I’ve been having some major technical issues per usual over here). I’ve mentioned this before, but 3 is the number that has thrown me over into the loony bin and I’m forever overwhelmed. I have a lot of catching up to do, including my letters to Brielle and Beckham who turned 1 and 7 this
Hey Y’all! I can’t believe I haven’t gotten on my blog and formally shared this yet! I hate to say this, but overwhelmed is the name of the game lately. After having Brielle, things just haven’t seemed to calm down. It’s been almost a year since she was born (what in the world) and I’m beginning to think this is my new normal…head in 50
Maddox turned 4 last month on June 25th and if you’ve been following me for any time at all, you know I write a letter to my kids on their birthdays (and throughout the first year of their life). I hope they’ll cherish these letters one day. We celebrated his birthday with another party at the splash pad. I love these parties as they’re free
Summer can be a overwhelming couple of months when you have multiple kids at home who like to stay busy. I like to write out a list of activities for us to have during the summer so we can plan our days a little better and the kids can have something to look forward to each day. I did this last year (you can read
Well hello there! I’m finally back with a Friday favorites. You guys, life is so busy right now and I miss blogging regularly. I have really been diving into my Etsy shop lately and zoning in on growing that. It’s always been a great avenue of income for me and it’s the easiest to grow at this time in my life. I have been working
In college, one of my teammate’s mom would make this cake for us all the time. She’d bake this up and we’d usually take this on our road trips for soccer games. The entire team inhaled this cake! She called it “Disappearing Cake” because it always disappeared. This is the cake I’m asked to bring to so many family events. It’s like our staple dessert.
Hey guys, I’m back here with one of my favorite posts! I’m sharing the goals I have set for April, along with a overview of how March went. You can read my March goals post here. My goals for MARCH were to: .1. Have consistent time in the Word – I spent more time listening to sermons and podcasts than actual reading, but I’m kind