Famous Mothers I Look Up To

Parenting is hard. Motherhood is hard. Fame is hard. (Although I don't know this one personally.) I get it. I struggle daily with patience, what are the right decisions, picky eaters, managing school/work and home life, marital issues, etc. The list is truly endless. This struggle is why I decided to write this post. I am … Continue reading Famous Mothers I Look Up To

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Happy Birthday Baby Boy

Dear Tate, Today we celebrate you! It's insane how quickly the past two years have gone. It's also insane how different you are from daddy, Cash, and myself yet so similar. You are quite when we are out in public and a chatterbox at home, like daddy. You are full of sass all the time, … Continue reading Happy Birthday Baby Boy

Living Through A Miscarriage

If you're like me the first 12 weeks of my pregnancies were so terrifying and exciting. You always hear about miscarriages and you always hope you aren't going to become a statistic. However, after talking about IVF and PUPPS I realized miscarriages are another one of those issues that no one wants to talk about. … Continue reading Living Through A Miscarriage

A Story About PCOS & Infertility

Today we are talking to a woman who has Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). For anyone who doesn't know what PCOS is according to Webmd.com it "is a problem in which a woman's hormones are out of balance. It can cause problems with your periods and make it difficult to get pregnant. PCOS also may cause unwanted changes … Continue reading A Story About PCOS & Infertility

Feature Friday – The Mom Lifecycle

Sella is a mommy blogger who lives in France and gives you the real life mommy hood stories you have been wanting! She also has a lot of fun DIY projects, yummy recipes, and some great travel tips on her blog. If any of this shouts out to you definitely go check her out and give … Continue reading Feature Friday – The Mom Lifecycle

National Adoption Awareness Month

November is National Adoption Awareness Month! This obviously has a special place in my heart because of our sweet little Cash Man and my sweet and loving husband. Every adoption comes with its struggles and triumphs, ours was no different. At the end of the day, I am so happy and relieved that we are finally … Continue reading National Adoption Awareness Month

Halloween

I suppose I should do the obligatory Halloween post, shouldn't I? Wouldn't that make me a 'real mommy blogger'? Ahahaha Cash decided to go as Darth Vader and is pretty thrilled with his selection. Tate, on the other hand, was all over the place. He wanted everything. I honestly think he thought all the costumes … Continue reading Halloween

The Other Side Of IVF

I had so much positive feedback from my blog post “A First Hand Look At IVF” that I wanted to bring the other side to light. I asked Billy, Tiffany’s husband, to answer a few questions about how he felt as they were going through the IVF process. Kudos to this amazing couple for going … Continue reading The Other Side Of IVF

A First Hand Look At IVF

I have had a lot of positive feedback from friends and strangers about me sharing my postpartum journey so I wanted to share other journeys. A very close friend of mine and her husband went through IVF to have their three beautiful children. We both agreed it was something not talked about and it needed … Continue reading A First Hand Look At IVF

Role Models

Today I want to talk about role models and who we surround ourselves with, and more importantly our children with. As adults, we can evaluate other people and are able to pick and choose the qualities we like and dislike from the people around us as well as people we have never met. Children can … Continue reading Role Models