My thoughts and ideas.

The day our story Changed

There we were strolling through Sam’s Club. The day was going off without a hitch, which when you have a toddler is few and far between that there aren’t hand grenade’s being thrown at you from all directions. I feel like we were on the upswing of learning the triggers to keep the grenades at

Breathe Easy Mama –

Vaginal or C-section delivery? Adoption? Do you breast or bottle feed? What kind of diapering system are you using? Homemade baby food or store bought? Organic or Not? Garden to table or fast food? Pre-school or Not? Public or Private education? Home school or Un-School? Married or Single? Gay or Straight? Breath Easy Mama! You

Boy or Girl – What does that mean?

Sometimes there are moments that just fill a persons heart with such happy feelings, but then quickly turns to feelings of confusion looking for clarity. The day started off like most- the boys were off to get the day started. Josh heading to work and Jacob heading to school. Chan sleeping like a sweet baby

I see you! I hear you! I love you!

Last night was filled with eye opening elevated conversation – In small terms “argument” Contrary to most peoples beliefs I think disagreements / arguments / conversations are healthy. They are healthy because they are a way of expressing oneself and when doing this with your partner you should be able to be raw – You

Will you help in the change?

“How do I make this decision? They are both so great! How much are they?” – Chandler asks Well, buddy they are 3 -dollars “Well, that’s not very much, I can just get them both.” hmmmm, I will compromise- you can get both if you give me 2 dollars when we get home. “Yes, I

be the change

Last week we went to the movies and followed that with a later than normal trip to Walmart. We initially thought this will be fun for people watching. People watching is fun… As soon as we entered there were a couple of people that I instantly thought “People of Walmart” because at first I thought

Are you A MISTAKE?

As a little girl, I was oblivious to a lot of things. I was on a mission to change the world from the earliest stage of life. I remember at the age of 8 or 9 writing a petition to make it illegal for my family to smoke in our vehicle… The funny thing about