Christmas time has always been my favorite time of year. I love all the time we get to spend with family, friends and each other. Christmas is even more fun now that I get to look at it through the eyes of our 2 little boys!
This past weekend we got to continue a Christmas tradition and go to the Choo Choo to see the beautiful lights and tree. This year we also got to ice skate. It was Harrison’s first time ice skating and he did so good!!!
I’ll share some pictures below from our day! We hope you are all enjoying your holiday season as well!! 🎄🎄🎄
Does anyone else feel like it was just yesterday that we were celebrating New Years??? 2019 has absolutely flown by. I remember as a child the year seemed like it took forever. Now that I have 2 sweet boys the saying I’ve always heard is absolutely true.. “The days will seem long but the years will fly by”.
We hope each and every one of you had a wonderful day yesterday!! We are so thankful for each and every one of you.
This has been a very hard week. Our littlest was diagnosed on Monday with RSV and an ear infection. Thankfully so far it has been a very mild case and I am so grateful for that.
Thursday we were able to go to Harrison’s preschool to see his Thanksgiving play and watch him have a Thanksgiving feast with his friends. They sang the cutest little songs. While watching him sing and play with his friends I could not help but become emotional and overcome with gratitude that we found this little school. I’ll post some pictures below for you to enjoy.
I hope everyone reading this has a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday with everyone they love.
As I lay here next to my sleeping 3 year old, it is so hard to wrap my head around the fact that 1 week from today I will be napping with him for the last time before he becomes a big brother. Harrison is going to be such an AMAZING big brother but my heart can’t help but worry about how much his world is about to change.
We always take a quick trip right before Christmas either to Atlanta or Athens. My husband Ryan is a basketball coach so it’s a perfect little break almost halfway through his season. This year his schedule was too crazy so we were unable to take one. Delaying the trip ended up being absolutely perfect because we were able to turn the trip into a final trip for Harrison as an only child. The weather ended up being cold and gloomy the first day but we didn’t let that put a damper on our trip. We went swimming in the indoor pool, ate at our favorite restaurants, took a walk through campus and finished the weekend shopping. It was a wonderful weekend full of memories that will never be forgotten. It’s so hard to believe that our next trip will be to the beach as a family of 4!!!! I’ll post some pictures from our trip below 🙂
When I look at this square I find so many imperfections. I see several squares that don’t quite match up. I also see something I’m incredibly proud of. This block right here is the first sewing project I ever took on!
I have so many amazing women in my life past and present who I have looked up to because they are incredible sewers. I have beautiful quilts from my great grandmother, my grandmother and also from Kathy that I will forever cherish. The thought of being able to sew always seemed so overwhelming and something I thought I may never be able to learn how to do. That all changed one day when Kathy asked me to help her with a project for Market.
Now I will be the first one to tell you that I am FAR from a professional. But helping Kathy make those little 12 inch blocks reminded me that big things can happen if we just take a couple steps out of our comfort zone and try. After helping Kathy with those 12 inch squares I even took on a couple small projects for our little guy who is set to arrive in 2 weeks. I’ll post a picture below of the bib I sewed together.
These are all definitely baby steps but I hope to share with you all my sewing journey and hopefully over time my skills get better and better. I’d love to hear from each one of you what your first sewing project was.
Have you ever said “I will never do that”? I remember saying many times that I would NEVER be a stay at home mom. I enjoyed being a nurse. I loved having 4 days off every week. I loved the relationships I formed with my patients and their families. What more could I ask for????
That all changed July 22, 2015 at 6:20 a.m when Ryan and I welcomed our little guy into the world. As soon as I held our sweet Harrison for the first time I knew my life would never be the same again. I know every single Mom out there knows exactly how I feel.
I wasn’t sure how we were going to make it work but I prayed every single night for God to provide a way. I will never forget the March afternoon that Ryan sent me a text asking if I wanted to help Kathy with shipping for Lavender Lime. I knew immediately that was Gods answer to my prayers. I can’t even begin to explain how thankful I am for Kathy and the fact that she trusted me to take on this endeavor with her because being a stay at home mom and also working a business with your MIL is the best thing ever!!!!