With all of the snow coming down we always get excited as a family. It’s beautiful and on top of everything else it’s fun considering I grew up never seeing snow and now our little gets to see it. Continuing on…we have an adorable little pain in the butt named Marley. He is a husky/shepherd… Continue reading Just Our Luck
Every day, no matter how fussy, I am so thankful for my little meep. I am one very blessed mommy. Thankfully Infant Tylenol has saved our day and my littles gums. Just in time for the snow to start falling here in Washington. As much as I hate the cold and wet the snow is… Continue reading This Guy…
Well me and little are going to Texas for a small vacation to see my family and we leave offically in 24 hours. Ask me how prepared I am. Are you curious? Let me answer that for you. I AM NOT. I have been putting off packing for two weeks and now I’m being forced… Continue reading I Have Offically Run Out of Time
For anyone wondering, I call Maceon Meep. It is because when I look at him I really just do not know what to say other than “Meep.” Honestly, I never understood how moms could just stare at their babies all day, but he has got me hooked.
Well according to my almost dead cell phone it is….12:40 AM. Before asking, yes my eight-month-old son is now sleeping through the night. However, I am not. Instead, I am very awake with the full realization that still ONE of my toenails does not have fresh paint on it because like most things I forgot to repaint the smudged pink color.My husband and son are sound asleep in bed with no worries in the world, and although that is how I prefer things, it also sucks being the only one NOT snoring. Even our husky/shepherd mix got in on the snoozing action.
Let me give a little back story before I get ahead of myself. My husband and I met through some strange circumstances, but it did not stop us from falling head over heels for each other. A little bit after getting married we decided to have our son since we both had always wanted a family and children. Fast forward to June 2016, we had our beautiful son Maceon, who stole both of our hearts. Three weeks after he was born the Army decided it was time for us to move from Texas to Washington. Now I have nothing personal against Washington, but being born and raised in Texas made the move hard. We have taken it in stride though and even I, the person against cold and wet, am starting to warm up to the place.
Fast forward seven months, two sleep regressions, getting sick and my littles first tooth, you end up here where I have learned to sleep with my eyes open and still take care of both of my loves. Every day I wake up more blessed than the first, and it makes me one proud wife and mother.