A new little human is a huge blessing, a wonderful little mixture of two people created out of an abundance of love. But it took way more than two people falling in love for any baby to be here. It took you and your partner, your parents, your grandparents, your grandparents parents and on and … Continue reading Five Generations
Last week I flew back to my home state of Nebraska with the baby to introduce him to all his extended family on my side. As well as watch my little brother graduate college. It was his first time flying and I was apprehensive about it. Nobody wants to be the person who brought the … Continue reading Traveling With Baby
Recently I had the misfortune of developing a head cold. While normally a couple days of fluids and some sleep would fix me right up I now have a baby. A baby who still wakes up a couple times a night. Thus making my usual cold remedy impossible. My cold was one of those stuffed … Continue reading Parenting: Surviving a Cold
Way back in 2016 I was gifted this lovely malbec for my birthday. Unfortunately, I didn't have a chance to enjoy it before getting pregnant with my son. It has been patiently waiting in my wine fridge ever since. Well, last night my husband and I finally got a chance to indulge in a little … Continue reading Wine review: LaPosta Pizzella Malbec
Brace yourself, I'm about to show you what my house looks like on a random Thursday. Boom. That's right, it's a disaster. It looks like a small tornado has gone through it. My tiny tornados name is JoeJoe. In fairness JoeJoe didn't actually create any of this mess. But, he is the reason it's still … Continue reading My house is post partum too
I went through my closet today. I still have clothes in my closet from high school, Seniors 2010! I still have stuff from college, Go Mavs! I have stuff that's too short, too big, old, torn, worn out, covered in paint, and "I might need this someday" stuff. I've somehow managed to form some weird … Continue reading 7 Tips to get rid of stuff.
The world is changing, the way we do nearly everything is vastly different from the way our parents did things. I mean, I can order my groceries online, the online world is so pervasive that I actually never have to leave my house and socialize with other people. And, based on some peoples manners, I … Continue reading Manners for right now