If I had a dollar for every time Jason and I have said to each other.. "There's not a book on this kind of stuff, no one tells you what to do" when it comes to raising Ian I'd have a lot of money on my hands. No but seriously. No one tells you how … Continue reading How to Survive life with a one year old.
Being a Mom.
In four short days I return back to work after three months away. I remember thinking right before I left how long three months was. "I can't wait to spend three months with my little man..I get to have all of the holidays off to cherish them with him..and I can binge some serious Netflix." … Continue reading Being a Mom.
Sitcoms and Snow
Oregon does not know how to do snow, ever. We've had some crazy snow in my lifetime but most Oregonians freak out and close the state down. Okay, it's not that bad but a lot of people who live in Oregon overreact and in today's case we got a snow day out of it. I … Continue reading Sitcoms and Snow
"Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall" F. Scott Fitzgerald. I always come back to this quote in the fall time, I love it. The first time I saw it floating around on Pinterest I thought to myself, "I love fall, and this quote is about fall so it's perfect … Continue reading Fall foliage.
Let it go, let it go.
If I had to point out my biggest flaw it would be that I am a control freak. I have to know what's going on exactly when it's going on. I try not to be too obsessive, because I know it's not the healthiest thing in the world, but I find myself stressing out over the … Continue reading Let it go, let it go.
A little back story.
Life has taken a complete 180, seriously. I went from someone who could get eight hours of sleep and leave the house in two minutes if needed, to someone who is responsible for another life. Babies are a whirlwind, a beautiful one, but a whirlwind none the less. I am finally getting around to starting … Continue reading A little back story.