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I write about everyday kind of stuff. I can't promise that it will be interesting or exciting, but it is true- with some poetic license. The people I write about are real, their names have been changed for some degree of anonymity.
#god#military spouse#birth# family life# crafts
I am a entrepreneur, military spouse and mother of two. I am trying to find balance in this beautiful life as a wife, a mother, and everything in between while staying fit and healthy. I am a fairly new mother and playing the “learn as I go” game.
Sharing the trials and tribulations of parenting three whiners between the ages of 3 and 5 while working part time, doing volunteer work, reading good books, watching trash tv and missing my husband during his many travels.
I have been a Dad for a number of years now, and I have a few Random Thoughts that I can share about family life, love, and Dadship. (I know that’s not a word, but I’m a Dad so I get to make them up as I go along. It’s a Dad thing....)
I'm a newlywed and "newlymom" embracing my new life, and simply bracing for life with a little boy. We live in a cozy condo downtown with a mastiff, cat, tree-frogs, and crotchety lizard. I love cooking, having fresh nail polish on, tabloids,and coupons.
Hello there. I'm just another boring Army wife living a normal, everday life. Well, if being a "single" parent every other year and moving all the time is normal then that's me. My husband and I have been happily married for over 3 years now and have two
My journey into mommyhood was not your typical experience. There were No plus signs on a stick and no morning sickness, no midnight cravings, no ultrasound to see if it is a boy or girl....well you get the idea. Nonetheless, I am a mother of four amazin
#adoption#infertility#mother# family life#siblings
A realistic adventure in transforming a foreclosure into our first home. Our adventures in making over our house one project at a time, me learning to be a stay at home Mom and raising our baby boy while keeping it all under budget.
We fell in love with our 1950s bungalow and moved in Halloween weekend 2010 and haven’t stopped renovating yet. Week nights and weekends are spent drywalling and painting and tiling and weeding and learning that 2x4s in the 1950s are really two inches by