In just a few short weeks I will be unplugging my TV and physically removing it from my living room for 100 days. Why?? If you don't already know, I now have a 6 year old, a 4 year old and a 2 year old. We watch some form of TV every day. I am… Continue reading 100 Days of NO TV
We are about 300 miles into our journey for the next week. Planning and preparing for this vacation made this week pretty busy and I haven’t had the time to write as I would have liked. But I do want to make sure I address my plan for 100 days of no TV now. When… Continue reading 100 Days of No TV: Answering WHY & The Guidelines
*This post is lovingly sponsored by my husband for coming up with the post idea and who is going to let me go order these off Amazon right after I hit publish* My husband really wanted me to write a post for all the NEW moms or the DADS who "don't know any better". (His… Continue reading An Annoying yet Not Annoying Affiliate Blog Post…CLICK TO FIND OUT!
Yep, I'm a mom. I'm a stay-at-home mom (SAHM). I'm a h.o.m.e.s.c.h.o.o.l.i.n.g. mom. I'm also a Pastor's Wife: newbie (under 5 years) pastor's wife. Every time I say or write these "labels" I experience a dichotomy. In one sense, I feel a host of mostly negative emotions. There are SO many stereotypes attached to these labels and… Continue reading I am Nobody Special
There are many reasons why for my family we decided to start homeschooling. I won't get into all those reasons now, I'll save that for another post. But now that we are winding down the school year and I have started preparing for next year I wanted to take some time to reflect on what… Continue reading My Soft Start Approach to Homeschooling for Kindergarten
In the afternoon I took a walk outside by myself. Then, when Nick came home from work we decided to go to the park and play tennis. Yes, just like in the video...Nick and I played tennis for a good hour. Of course, my "playing tennis" was really just hobbling around trying to fetch the tennis ball and maybe hop a step or two in one direction to hit the ball back if it came close enough to me. At one point Nick said, "I feel like I am abusing you..." but it was my idea! I stopped and stood still every time a contraction came.
Motherhood has been such a rollercoaster. I still don't really know if I have completely accepted the fact that this is my life. It all happened so fast and in the midst of many other transitions. It is hard work and it can be stressful and completely draining and exhausting. It seems like I will be doing this forever...I know it will feel like all of a sudden I will blink and my children are adults. Part of me is excited for that season, and part of me doesn't want it to come too fast.
***Disclaimer: This post will have 3 disclaimers, please pay attention to them, ok? This post is going to be long. Feel free to skim for content. **Disclaimer: This post is about FEMININE HYGIENE. If you are not female and you do not want to read about feminine hygiene (aka: menstruation/periods) then stop reading. Thanks, bye!… Continue reading My HONEST Review of SHETHINX Underwear