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Things no one tells you about Post Partum..(not for the faint hearted.)

As I near this impending induction, I can’t help but think if I’m prepared for the “after”. I definitely was NOT with Karsynn (first) and had to make a target stop on the way home after Kimbrynn (second). Of course we’re prepared for baby…but for mom?! Why doesn’t anyone ever tell you, “Okay…Here’s what you’ll… Continue reading Things no one tells you about Post Partum..(not for the faint hearted.)

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She’ll always need me, too…

Often times I forget that she’s still little. She’s so independent and smart. I hardly have time to keep up with all the new things she’s learning and doing. She’s a big sister, soon to be big sister of two. I forget she’s not “that” big. I expect more from her than I should, because… Continue reading She’ll always need me, too…

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What I’m looking forward to most about having a newborn…again…

With our due date less than 100 days away, I can’t help but be anxious! We still have so much to do, yet I want her here already. Some days I feel like she’s going to pop out of me! I am feeling it this pregnancy…but for the most part, I am enjoying still being… Continue reading What I’m looking forward to most about having a newborn…again…

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The grass ain’t always greener…

Hey Y’all! Can you believe it’s mid-month in our new year already?! I just realized that. How crazy! I feel like I’ll be giving birth in no time at all! Haha, but really! [Pic: My personal instagram] I’m currently 5.5 months pregnant. I’m starting to feel every bit of the discomfort that comes with mid –… Continue reading The grass ain’t always greener…

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My Christmas List Then & Now…

[PICTURE: pinterest.com] Growing up, we lived in a one-income household. I wouldn’t say we were poor, but we weren’t exactly middle class either. My step dad was a farmer and he and my mom did the best they could to make ends meet. I knew they didn’t have a lot of extra money laying around,… Continue reading My Christmas List Then & Now…