What does it all mean?

Thursday, September 30, 2010

I had the weirdest dream last night!  I'm pretty sure it has something to do with all the stress I'm feeling about selling our house and throwing down the cold hard cash for a pretty new house, but let's take a look and let me know what you think.

First of all, I dreamed that I was pregnant.

Now, before I continue, let's all take a moment to BITE YOUR TONGUE!  Not gonna happen.  Better not happen or I'm suing my OB/Gyn.  Moving on...

As if dreaming I was pregnant wasn't horrifying enough, I dreamed that I was 8 months pregnant before I found out.  I was my same size, no belly, and hadn't gained an ounce, but there I was, 4 weeks away from birthing a human. (And in case you're wondering, I don't watch the show I Didn't Know I Was Pregnant.)

Would you like to know the first thing that came to my mind (in my dream) when I found out?  All my blogging friends are going to be so mad at me for not posting belly pics!  Yes, this is what I worried about.

Then my water broke.  I was in the waiting room of the hospital, but they wouldn't give me a room.  After waiting for 2 hours, I complained.  They still didn't give me a room.

I never birthed the child in my dream.  What does it all mean?

All in the family.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Last night I had a fabulous birthday dinner with nearly all of my family in San Antonio.  It's extremely rare to have everyone in the same place, so I was very blessed to have them all gather to share my birthday with me.

I was so happy to have Memaw and Pepaw join us.  Memaw is doing so much better these days! My parents also brought my grandmother, Gigi, with them and it was so great to have her there as well.

We ate at the BEST pizza place in town, Grimaldi's.  If you have one in your area, and haven't been, you're missing out.  If you don't have one in your area, then come to SA and we can go together.

My brother is known for always giving the BEST cards, and he didn't disappoint this year.  They were hilarious!  I was also happy to receive a sweet card from my little dog brother, Ditto (my parents dog, whom I love dearly).  So thoughtful of Ditto to think about me, even though my parents didn't bring him to dinner. LOL.

And for the gifts?  Well, there weren't "plural" gifts, but rather one BIG gift!

(That's a really blurry picture, but it's all I've got.)

YAY!  I got my own KitchenAid!  And it's Cowboy blue!  Holla! Now I can give my MIL back the one that I've been borrowing indefinitely.

Thank you all for sharing my birthday with me.  I had a great day and a fabulous dinner!  Love you all!

29 again?

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Last night, Joey took me to dinner for an early birthday date. (Shameless plug: Today is my birthday.)  We haven't been on a date in forever, so we were both excited to get away.

He took me to one of our favorite Mexican food restaurants, that we rarely go to because it's way on the other side of town.  It was so good!

The company was better, though.

He's gonna kill me for posting this pic, but I love it, and it's my birthday.  So there.

I tried to get a good pic of the two of us, but...

Ok, maybe this will do.

After dinner, I talked Joey into taking me to The Cheesecake Factory for a slice of caramel turtle cheesecake.  I was evidently trying to eat myself into a bigger pant size.  Either way, it was YUMMY!

After dinner, we headed home to relieve my MIL from babysitting duty.  The kids had cards and a present for me, and they simply couldn't wait until today to give them to me.  And who am I to refuse?

I have to say, they picked out the perfect cards, and they obviously know their momma very well.

They also got me a necklace at the Wildlife Ranch when they went with my MIL this summer.  I can't believe they were thinking about my birthday months ago! (I thought I was the only one doing that. LOL.)  So thoughtful of them.

If you look closely, you can see the necklace (not the silver chain), along with the silly bands that Ashton gifted me as well.  Of course, I'm sporting them both at work today, as any loving mother would.

I think that wraps up the pre-birthday celebrations, but we have more on tap for this evening.

Again, who am I to refuse?

Just one thing to say...

Monday, September 27, 2010


One of three times that Ware sacked Schaub.

Roy Williams had five catches for 117 yards and two touchdowns.

Ok, so maybe I have more than one thing to say.

I was singing at church this weekend, which meant I was there until almost 2pm on Sunday.  I was really itching to support my 'Boys, but thought it would have bit slightly inappropriate to wear my Romo jersey on stage.  So I opted for the next best thing:

Then, get this - I got home, made some lunch for the fam and settled down to start the game.  Only my DVR didn't record it.  I suppose it's not entirely my DVR's fault, since I didn't check it, but my DVR has been recording every single game (still in the system from last season), so it just didn't dawn on me that it would choose this time to bail on me.  Luckily, I was at least able to catch the majority of the last quarter.  (If you know me at all, then you'll know how extremely painful that was.)

Let this be a lesson to you all: always double check the DVR.  Especially on very important game days.

My heart will sing no other name.

Friday, September 24, 2010

I've had this song on repeat in order to prepare for rehearsal last night, but I must admit, although I generally never sing anything without truly paying attention to the message, the words of this song didn't hit me until this morning.

"The riches of your love will always be enough.  My heart will sing no other name. Jesus, Jesus."

I'm deeply committed to my relationship with God, but even with that being said, it still seems all too easy sometimes for my heart to lose focus.  Today, I choose to refocus.

Forever Reign (Hillsong)
You are good, You are good, when there's nothing good in me.
You are love, You are love, on display for all to see.
You are light, You are light, when the darkness closes in.
You are hope, You are hope, You have covered all my sin.

You are peace, You are peace, when my fear is crippling.
You are true, You are true, even in my wandering.
You are joy, You are joy, You're the reason that I sing.
You are life, You are life, in You death has lost its sting.

Oh, I'm running to Your arms, I'm running to Your arms.
The riches of Your love, will always be enough.
Nothing compares to Your embrace.
Light of the world, forever reign.

You are more, You are more, than my words will ever say.
You are Lord, You are Lord, all creation will proclaim.
You are here, You are here, in Your presence I'm made whole.
You are God, You are God, of all else I'm letting go.

Oh, I'm running to Your arms, I'm running to Your arms.
The riches of Your love, will always be enough.
Nothing compares to Your embrace.
Light of the world, forever reign.

My heart will sing
No other name
Jesus, Jesus.

My heart will sing
No other name
Jesus, Jesus.


Thursday, September 23, 2010

I'm pretty distracted lately.

It seems like we've been so busy, with something every single day that I just can't seem to relax - my body or my mind.

A couple months back, I was busy with painting and getting the house ready to go on the market in the Spring.  Then we fell (madly, deeply) in love with a house and decided to put our house on the market RIGHT NOW!  Ever since then my life has been filled with builder meetings, contract signings, loan applications, design appointments, realtor meetings, house cleaning, and a whole lot of worrying.

I can't help it.  I'm completely in love with this house we've found and if our house doesn't sell - or sell in time - I will be devastated.  I try not to think about it, but who am I kidding?  It's ALL I can think about.

And I have a super cute picture of me and Joey in front of our lot with the sold sign, but I'm too chicken to post it.

So, if you know anyone who wants a house in SA, be sure to send them my way, K?

You know you're old when...

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

  1. You're listening to your favorite songs on the radio, only to find out you're on the oldies station.  (Now, to be fair, it was a country station playing hits from the 80's and 90's.  But still.  Old.)
  2. You look at your wedding pictures and wonder, "What was I thinking?"
  3. The years fly by faster and faster, with no potential for slowing down.  Remember when we were kids and once school started, it seemed like an eternity until Christmas break?  Yeah, not any more.
  4. You fill out an electronic form and when it asks for your birth year, you have to scroll and scroll and scroll.  Not good.
  5. You, as well as all of your friends, are celebrating double-digit anniversaries.  How could this be since you're only 23?  I mean, did we all get married as tweens??  Mind boggling...
  6. Children that you babysat are getting married.
  7. Some of these same children that you once babysat, are now babysitting your children.

I'm not sure if all of this is coming about because I'm about to celebrate my 33rd birthday, or what.  I'm sure that's not it because I've had this "age anxiety" for years now.  See, in my mind, everything is frozen at about 8-10 years ago.  I'm still 25 (freaking out about being a QUARTER CENTURY OLD!), me and all of my friends are just now having babies, and my wedding pictures still look recent.

When I start to freak out about turning another year older, I try to remind myself of all of the blessings that have come with time.  If I was still 25, I wouldn't have the sweetest boy in the world.  Sure, I would have the cutest little girl on the planet, toddling around and speaking in complete sentences long before her time, but I also wouldn't have the most beautiful, intelligent girl looking back at me - at eye level.

If I was still 25, Joey and I would be a bit more careful, but we wouldn't have the security and stability that has come over time.  We would still have that fresh, newlywed spirit, but we wouldn't yet have the bumps along the road that have only proved that we'll never let go of each other.  We're more in love today than yesterday.

Looking back only helps me to realize that no matter what, I wouldn't change any of it.

Even Joey's bald head in our 2009 family photos.

When we all get to Heaven.

Monday, September 20, 2010

Last week we got word that my grandmother (my dad's mom, who we call Mama - pronounced Maw-Maw) had fallen and broken her hip.  While she was in the ER, they did an MRI and also found that at some point, she had suffered a fairly significant stroke, as well.

It has been just over a year since she came down to visit.

(Mama and I - August 2009)

Thursday evening, my dad and I loaded up to head to Amarillo to spend some time with Mama. We finished our drive on Friday morning and got to the hospital around noon.  We were both worried that she wouldn't recognize or remember us, but to our surprise, she did!  She called us both by name and was so happy to see us.

(Mama and my dad, her baby.)

(Mama and me)

She even recognized the kids from a video message I brought with me.

My dad and I enjoyed sitting and talking with Mama for quite a while. The rest of the Amarillo clan showed up after lunch and I was happy to get a picture of everyone with Mama.

(Left to right: My dad's brother Gary and his wife, Doris. Dad's sister Cathy, Dad, my brother, Jason, Cathy's husband Willie, Cathy & Willie's daughter, my cousin Angie.  Then there's Mama, of course.)

Saturday morning, Mama was scheduled to be transferred to a rehab facility. Before the transfer, my dad, my brother, and I sat and talked with her. She wanted us to tell her some stories, so we talked about a trip that Jason (my brother) and I had taken, by ourselves, to see her and Papa when we were little. We talked about things we remembered about Papa - she really enjoyed talking about Papa (he passed away over 20 years ago). She misses him dearly and quite often would mention that she knows he's waiting with Jesus to receive her into heaven.

While visiting with her at the rehab facility on Saturday, all of the sudden she started singing, "When we all get heaven, what a day of rejoicing that will be!"  There's so much peace is the face of passing when you know exactly what will happen.  Amen?  That's what Mama would say, "AMEN!"  We prayed together a lot, read the Bible together, and confirmed our love for each other and Jesus.  And all the while, Mama would shout, "AMEN!"

Although it makes me very sad to realize that Jesus may be calling her home sooner than we all had hoped, I have such peace knowing that Mama is ready.  She talked a lot about it.  Mama is such an example to us all.  She knows her time here on earth is limited, but she spent so much time in these last two days concerned about the fate of the people around her.  And I'm not just talking about her family.  She was concerned about the nurses and hospital staff, wanting to be sure that they knew Jesus.  She has touched so many people while here on earth and I know that Jesus won't call her home until all her work here is done.

Mama has certainly lived a life worthy of the calling and all I can hope for now is that when I grow up, I can be just like her!

Over zealous.

Thursday, September 16, 2010

I took the kids for pizza this past weekend.

Needless to say, Taylor wasn't able to finish his.

I'm about to get controversial.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

You've been warned.

So I'm watching The Today Show yesterday morning while eating my breakfast and I see a teaser for an upcoming story. Evidently a female sports reporter was sexually harassed by some NY Jets players and coaches at a practice earlier this week.

My first reaction was, of course, to be irritated at these men who can't be professional and only think with their, well, you know.

Then they showed the sports reporter who was harassed and my opinion changed completely.

Take a look at the story:

Now, I have to hand it to her - she's obviously very accustomed to this type of a response from men in her line of work, because it really doesn't seem to phase her at all. She doesn't appear to be bothered by it and in fact, she states that had another female reporter not brought it to her attention (and the attention of the associations involved), she certainly wouldn't have.

It appears that other women were more angered by this situation that she was, and as one woman put it in this interview, it doesn't matter what she was wearing (skin tight pants or see-through lingerie), that's not a license to commit sexual harassment.

While I agree to some extent, part of me thinks this lady is nuts! Of course it matters! If you wear see-through lingerie and walk into an NFL locker room to conduct interviews, what do think is going to happen?  Do you honestly think they will all look you in the eye?

I believe, as women, we have to take some level of responsibility for the way we dress and the attention we draw. If I wear a shirt that is cut down to my belly button and my boobs are barely contained, I don't think that I can then be appalled by the comments and "cat calls" that I might receive from the men I may come in contact with.

If you want to be look at, thought of, and responded to as a professional, then you need to act the part.  And that doesn't include a shirt that's cut down to your belly button.

Just sayin'.

Disclaimer: Honestly, from watching the news story, this woman appears to be a nice person. I don't know her personally, obviously, and I have nothing against her.  Also, please note that we are not talking about rape here.  That's a whole other can of worms and that's not what this post is about.  Although the topics are related somewhat, in this post, I'm only talking about the way we dress vs. the reactions we receive.

Ten on Tuesday

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Jumping in with Chelsea today for Ten on Tuesday.

  1. Favorite way to travel (plane, train, automobile, etc.)  I don't mind traveling by car, if it's a short distance, but for real vacations, I'd prefer a plane.
  2. Where’s your favorite place to travel to that you’ve been to?  Playa del Carmen, Mexico.  Joey and I went here for our honeymoon and have been back several times.  We absolutely love it there!
  3. Where’s the place that you want to go but have never been?  Um, I haven't been very many places, so this could be a rather long list - The Bahamas, Boston (in the Fall), San Francisco, Canada (to visit my friend, Izzy), any place that has snow at Christmas.
  4. Do you deal with traffic well?  I'm usually ok.  I don't like it, but I'm not one to freak out (generally).
  5. Ever had an emergency while traveling?  The closet I've come was when we traveled to Disney World with my entire family and Ashton came down with a horrible ear ache.  We used a home remedy instead of taking her to an emergency clinic. (If you're wondering, it was a clove of garlic, wrapped, and placed in her ear.  Worked like a charm!)
  6. Do you have a passport? What countries have you been to?  Yes.  Mexico.  I know, it hardly counts, but that's all I've got.
  7. Are you a light packer or do you pack everything but the kitchen sink?  I think I'm fairly moderate.  I like to pack extra outfits - because you never know what you'll actually feel like wearing, right? - but I don't go overboard.
  8. Do you take the fastest route or the road less traveled?  Fastest, definitely.
  9. Do any activities on the road? (like road games, reading, sleeping, etc. )  Do you count keeping the children from killing each other as an activity?  No?  Ok, then no.
  10. Use a paper map or GPS?  Depends on where I'm traveling.  I use a paper map to get to my Aunts house because the GPS doesn't work too well for that location.  Any place else, I just plug it in to the GPS and let the annoying nice lady give me the play-by-play.

Weekend, schmeekend.

Monday, September 13, 2010

I feel like I've been going a hundred miles a minute for the last week, with no sign of anything slowing down.

Friday, the kids spent the night at my parents (and Joey was working) so I had great plans - well thoughts, at least - of going home and doing absolutely nothing.  Did that happen?  No.  Instead I stopped by Wal-Mart to grab some organizing items and went home to clean out/organize my pantry.

Lately, I'm completely incapable of doing nothing.

Saturday, I woke up and decided to do my grocery shopping while the kids were gone and Joey was sleeping.  I had big plans for baking, so I needed to pick up the necessities.  Once Joey woke up, we were off to look at lots for our new house.  That was fun, but everything is so stressful.  All the pieces have to line up just right, and I'm constantly worried that the other shoe could drop at any moment and crush my dreams.

Yes, I'm being a bit dramatic - and driving Joey absolutely nuts - but I can't help it.

Then I picked up the kiddos from my mom and headed back out to the new house to grab something I had left.  The kids were excited to see the lot, so that was fun.

After that we headed home and I stayed in the kitchen all night.  No kidding!  I had a craving for pumpkin bread and my dad had been dropping not-so-subtle hints about wanting some cinnamon rolls, so that's what I did.  I made enough pumpkin bread for Joey to take to the station, too. I hope they liked it!  I also Skyped with my very good friend Izzy, for the first time.  I have never Skyped before and it was so fun!  Me in Texas, Izzy in Canada.  Who'd a thought?!?

I tried to sleep in on Sunday, but my mind is always racing with all the things I think we need to get done before putting the house on the market, so instead of sleeping, I was up working in the yard and cleaning out the 4th bedroom.  Later in the afternoon, Joey perfected the yard and now it looks amazing!  Score one for curb appeal!

Then came the worst, most stressful part of my entire weekend: The Cowboys game.  Now let me tell you, I'm no fair-weather fan, but I am a realist, and I have to say, I'm just about sick of all the hype when there is absolutely nothing to back it up.  Sure, we had a few good plays, and yeah, Roy Williams finally caught a pass.  But seriously??  It was pathetic.  That's all I have to say about that.

And here we are today.  We're meeting with the realtor tonight, so say a little prayer, would you?

Hope you all have a fantastic week!  I'm praying that my pumpkin-bread-baking will bring more Fall-like weather, but I won't hold my breath.

The first touch of Fall.

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Last week I went to Micheal's searching for the supplies to make a Fall wreath that I had seen online. I couldn't find anything I was looking for, but while searching aimlessly, I saw this:

Is that not the cutest thing EVER??

But look at that price tag.  $79.99!!!  Are you kidding me?  I mean, it's fabulous, but not that fabulous!  Besides, I had seen all of the pieces to put this together as I had been wandering through the store, and they certainly wouldn't cost me $80!

So I decided to give it a try.  I've never done anything like this before - I've never even made a wreath.  But I've been empowered, I think, by all of my recent home improvements, so I thought I'd go for it.

Here's my version:

What do you think? Pretty good, right?

Let me see if I can give you price down:

  • Hay bale - $7.99 (I bought a smaller one than shown in the display)
  • Scarecrow - $3.99 (on sale)
  • Fall leaves - $4.99 (on sale)
  • Grass - $5.99 (Ross)

I already had the pumpkins and other filler items, so in total, this project cost me about $23.  Amazing, huh?!?

So tell me - Have you brought out your Fall decor yet?  Anything easy that you want to share?

Laundry Room Redo

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

I've been talking about my laundry room for a while, so I thought it was high time to get it done and let you all take a look.

First, I need to let you know that laundry room is a relative term.  In my case, it's more like a laundry walk-in closet.  But hey, you gotta work with what you have, right?

So, after spending weeks drooling over laundry rooms like this, this, and this, I decided to take what I could from all of them and turn my laundry room into a happier place to be.

Here's what I started out with out (just keepin' it real):

And here's what we have now:

I took the wire shelf down and painted the room to (again) rid ourselves of builder-white.  I was a little worried about painting it so dark, but I had the paint, so I just went for it.  (And here's also where I need to tell you that although I painted the walls and ceiling, my wonderful hubby, while I was sleeping, caulked and painted all the baseboards, finished painting the trim, and moved the washer and dryer back into the laundry room.  The next morning I woke up to an almost completely finished project!  That's what I'm talking about!)

I also knew I wanted to add 2 solid shelves, so I purchased my supplies and got them painted.  I decided that if I stuck with white, it would help to brighten up the space.  I had also seen a laundry room on a blog (I don't remember which one) that had added "faux counter tops" on top of their washer and dryer.  I thought this would be a perfect addition for us in order to create some more space.

Being the impatient person that I am, I simply couldn't wait for Joey - and I just wanted it done! - so I called my daddy and asked him if he wanted to come help me finish.  He was happy to help (and I fed him pizza and Diet DP) so we got the shelves up on Friday night.

I had picked up the baskets at Ross and I absolutely love how clean it looks!

This little nook turned out to be the perfect place for Joey to put all his gear.  And you can't even see it stashed away back there!  (And BTW, please ignore my fancy trash can.  Like I said, I'm keepin' it real.)

I'm super happy about the transformation, and like everything else we've done recently, I only wish we would have done it sooner!

My laborious Labor Day weekend

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Generally, I love 3-day weekends because they bring about much relaxation.

This was not one of those relaxing times.

Here's my weekend in a nutshell:

  • Friday night, my parents came over and my dad helped me finish up the laundry room. (more to come)
  • Saturday, I woke up early to (finally) go pick up my new phone.  LOVE IT!
  • Then, we had an appointment that afternoon to look at a model home.
  • We promptly fell in love with said model home and made the decision to move-up our projected move-out date.  We'll be putting the house on the market in the next week or so. (Insert panic here.)
  • Saturday evening, I'm not sure I did anything.
  • Sunday, I woke up and took the kids to church while Joey slept.
  • Then we had lunch his mom.
  • I went from there to a meeting at a friends house about a new ministry that God has placed on her heart.
  • From there, I ran home, grabbed the kids, and met my parents back out at the model home so they could see it.
  • Then the kids and I went home and I promptly got to painting Taylor's room.  His room is the only room that was still builder-white, so that had to go before the house goes on the market.
  • As soon as I finished painting, I fell off a ladder.  My foot broke my fall and I ended up in the emergency room, with my children, at midnight, assuming I'd need stitches (from the massive amounts of blood spewing from my foot). Turns out no stitches were necessary, but I did get a tetanus shot, which still hurts.  I can't move my arm because I sliced my foot open.
  • Once we got home, my MIL and I attempted to clean all the blood off of Taylor's carpet.
  • Yesterday, I woke up and we did some necessary applications and such for the new house.
  • Then I went to the grocery store.  Along with every other adult in the San Antonio area.
  • I came home, put the groceries away, and painted the baseboards.
  • Don't worry, we did grill hamburgers.  Which makes us American.  Hamburgers on Labor Day.
  • Now I'm at work and hoping I can get some rest.  Isn't that odd?  I have to come to work to relax.

So, how was your Labor Day weekend?  Did you actually relax?

You deserve.

Friday, September 3, 2010

I've had this song on repeat all morning.

I'm so thankful that God doesn't give me what I deserve.  I'm equally grateful that, although He deserves so much more, what He wants most is simply my love.

That, I can do.

You Deserve (by Natalie Grant)
How can I come
Bringing no more than this
You are the Lord
You're wrapped in holiness
Here I am before You now
Here I am

You deserve every mountain falling
You deserve every ocean reaching
You deserve all creation crying out Your worth
You deserve all of heaven singing
You deserve every nation rising
But I have heard that what You want most is my love

How can I be
The one Your heart aches for
Still can't believe
You say that I am Yours
So here I am before You now
Here I am

You deserve every mountain falling
You deserve every ocean reaching
You deserve all creation crying out Your worth
You deserve all of heaven singing
You deserve every nation rising
But I have heard that what You want most is my love

My love, my love
What You want most is my love
My love, my love
Lord I offer You my love
My love, my love...

You deserve every mountain falling
You deserve every ocean reaching
You deserve all creation crying out Your worth
You deserve all of heaven singing
You deserve every nation rising
But I have heard that what You want most is my love

Master Bath Redo.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Joey and I have kicked it into high-gear, getting the house ready to go on the market.

You've seen the guest bath update and the dining room redo, but now I give you the master bath (almost) makeover.

I don't seem to have a true before picture, but the before of the master bath is the same as this before of the guest bath, only larger.

Builder-grade everything.

A few weeks back, we framed out the mirror and it made such a HUGE difference!  But we still had that ugly builder-grade light fixture that had to go.

This is what we replaced it with:

I absolutely LOVE IT!!!  Every time I walk into the bathroom now I can't help but kick myself for not doing this sooner!  It makes such a huge difference.

(Please disregard the toilet seat.  Gross.)

We have future plans to paint the cabinets.  I'm also planning on replacing the towel hangers by the sinks and removing the towel rack over the toilet all together.  I'd like to add a shelf there instead, since who needs a towel over the toilet?

Coming soon: Laundry Room Update.

Counting down...

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

It's September.

Which is almost October.

Which means I'm that much closer to seeing this fabulous girl.

And taking her here, for the first time.  We'll be like kids in a candy store!

Oh, and we'll also be watching some of this, while eating her famous nachos.  (Who knew a Canadian could make such great nachos??)

(Izzy, I hope you can fully appreciate how difficult it was for me to post that on my blog.  Friends don't let friends route for the Patriots.) 

 I'm counting down...

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I’m Stephanie - wife to one extremely handsome cop; mother to two extremely silly kids. The hubs and I have been married since February ’99. I love him more each day and simply can’t get enough of him. My daughter, Ashton, is 12 going on 17. She’s beautiful, creative, smart, and oh, so sassy. Taylor, our son, is 8 and is so much like his daddy it’s scary. He makes me laugh all the time with the silly things he says and does. He won’t remember what you told him 5 minutes from now, just like his daddy. I love to laugh and spend time with friends and family. I’ve also recently discovered a love for cooking and enjoy sharing recipes. I love finding new blog friends, so be sure to leave a comment so I can do the same!
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