mom life

Coffee Catch Up

If we were having coffee this morning, I’d hand you a baby before we even sat down because my boys are my entourage these days, but always love cuddling with someone new. If we were having coffee, I’d tell you how excited I am to be featured over on Whimsical September’s Saturday Sit-Down Series.  I’d… Read More Coffee Catch Up

books

April Reads

Eat and Run by Scott Jurek I saw this book at the library and recognized Scott Jurek’s name from the book “Born to Run”.  I knew he was an ultra-marathoner and I thought this book would be a fun read and would help get me excited to get back into running and fitness.  I wasn’t… Read More April Reads

twins

Twins: Two Months

On Saturday, the boys hit the two month mark and it’s amazing to see how much they’re changing!  Don was away for a week and couldn’t believe how different they looked when he arrived home.  The boys are spending more time awake, and are starting to show more of their personalities. Samuel Stats: 11lb2, 1… Read More Twins: Two Months

faith

Lenten Practice Recap

  Lent officially ended on Easter Sunday (April 1st), but I wanted to wait a little bit to reflect on the whole experience. Was I Successful? I’m glad to report that I was successful with my goal.  The only Netflix I watched was Elizabeth’s “Octonauts”, and usually I was doing something else.  I wasn’t willing… Read More Lenten Practice Recap

living life

Visitors and Easter

Happy April! Last year we celebrated Easter in North Carolina where E and I were able to wear our spring dresses without being cold. This year we had a chance of freezing rain in Missouri on Easter morning and this past Sunday it snowed!  In the spirit of being behind the curve when it comes… Read More Visitors and Easter

books

March Reads

In line with my 2018 goals of reading more books and my Lenten goal of not watching Netflix, I am happy to report that for the first time since Elizabeth was born (almost two years!), I have read four books in one month.  To be completely honest, I’m not certain that I’ve read more than… Read More March Reads