BIG News!

Now that our family and friends know, I can finally announce some exciting baby bump news here for all of you loyal readers: We're expecting a baby boy! πŸ™‚ Our little guy is due on my daughter's birthday in October, so this should make for some interesting birthday party planning down the road. The two … Continue reading BIG News!

Mommyhood Changes You

It's no surprise that becoming a mommy changes you. We all know about the obvious physical changes such as weight gain. It was a hard fought battle, but my weight is now back down to where it was pre-marriage! Woohoo! Many of you may have heard about some of the more common emotional changes. For … Continue reading Mommyhood Changes You

Mommyhood Dictionary: Letters W to Z

Here's the conclusion of the Mommyhood Dictionary I started a few weeks back. I hope you've enjoyed it! W walk (v):Β You took your first steps when you were 14 months old. Your Nana and I were enjoying a couple of days at the beach with you (your Daddy stayed home).Β You learned rather quickly once you … Continue reading Mommyhood Dictionary: Letters W to Z

Mommyhood Dictionary: Letters R to V

Here's the second-to-the-last installment of my Mommyhood Dictionary. I started it a few weeks back after being inspired by a clever book I had read. R registry (n):Β I have to admit: I went a little nuts when it came time to select items for my registry when I was pregnant with you, Emily. We were … Continue reading Mommyhood Dictionary: Letters R to V

Mommyhood Dictionary: Letters G to L

Here's a continuation of the Mommyhood Dictionary that I started last week. I am writing it to my daughter, Emily. G girl (n):Β  Before the all-important ultrasound which showed you were a girl, I was convinced you were a boy, even though I really wanted a girl. I was even calling you Logan, the name … Continue reading Mommyhood Dictionary: Letters G to L