I wanted to give a shout-out to all my blogging friends today! Having an awesome community of people who support and encourage each other was the unexpected part of blogging that I have absolutely come to love.
This is probably going to come out wrong… but I like hearing about other moms and their struggles. Not that I want other moms to struggle, but rather I find comfort in knowing I’m not the only one that does.
After posting about our natural journey to fertility a couple weeks ago, I’ve had quite a few questions directed my way about how we found our doctor, so I thought I would take a post and share.
One of the first things to go when we started our natural journey was my excessive pop/soda drinking. I cringe thinking about how much of this beverage we consumed on a daily basis. We usually had cases of Dr. Pepper (which was Mr. Coppertop’s favorite) and a case of Sprite or Diet Coke around for…
Make sure you read my last post introducing our natural journey to fertility. I’m not a doctor, this is just my story…
I get choked up thinking that as of today, my little Jovie is four years old… She was my gift straight from the hand of God that picked me up out of my years of infertility, and sent me into this wild ride of motherhood.
Every morning after breakfast, I lay the baby down for her morning nap then the other two kids and I snuggle on the couch for reading time. This usually consists of a little reading lesson for Jovie, then she and I take turns reading through a pile of books, while Jace sits back and enjoys the stories. 😉
**This Giveaway is Officially Closed** In light of my post about replacing disposable with reusable, Lauren from FromEdentoGrace has offered one set of her Gender-Neutral, reusable wipes (Valued at $22.80) to give away to one of YOU! Whoop! Whoop!
On Saturday, August 17, 2014 Amazing Grace Baptist Church burnt down. It was suspected arson, but no one could substantiate that claim. My phone lit up in the middle of the night with frantic texts and pictures of the engulfed building, as the onlookers were watching it fall before their eyes.