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Everyday is an adventure.
Day by Day

Day by Day

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We all have ups and we all have downs. Sometimes it seems to switch from one to the other in 0.43 seconds. But there is one constant. We do our best. Everyday. We give everything we have to give and then some. Because it is no longer about us. It’s all about them. They are our world. They dictate when we eat, what we do, how long it takes to do it, and whether we are lucky enough to squeeze in a shower, or the holy grail: a nap.

And it’s only just begun…

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5 Life Lessons From My Childhood

5 Life Lessons From My Childhood

As adults, we all have a few “words of wisdom” that hve been passed down from generations before. I remember some for a few different reasons.

These are 5 lessons that have been bestowed upon me.

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10 Things Vol. 2

10 Things Vol. 2


With so many changes since the first installment of 10 Things, I figure there’s no time like the present to add to the list.

Here are 10 things I am grateful for.

(All photos that are not my own, are linked to their source.)

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New World Disorder: Our Birth Story

New World Disorder: Our Birth Story

Everything I have ever known has changed. We are Mommies! It’s the most amazing and terrifying feeling in the world.

Our little Wesley was born on December 1st and he instantly took over our hearts.

This is our birth story.

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10 Things Vol. 1

10 Things Vol. 1

I’ve been sitting on this one for a while, editing, manipulating, writing little by little. It think this is a series I would like to continue.

#lessisnow

I believe in finding pleasure in the small things in life. The little “I love you” right before falling asleep next to my amazing wife, the smell of fresh brewed coffee first thing in the morning, the feeling of an oncoming rain in the air after a dry spell, a pair of warm socks.

I have compiled this list to remind myself that we live in a world where there is still so much to be grateful for. To take those things for granted just feeds into the already abundant negativity everywhere. Whether it be through social media, overheard on the public transit, or at work, or through direct conversation.

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