The girls are one! We celebrated with a flamingo party with seventy (!!) of our closest friends. I spent about a month preparing. I made a lot of decorations. I made all of the food, the cake, cookies and cupcakes. I had a perfect backyard splash party planned.
I am an avid baby/toddler food maker. I like to make huge batches of meatballs, quiches, tots, fruits, veggies, and muffins. Then I freeze them and we have a month’s worth of food. I made these super healthy tots this weekend and all 3 kids have been gobbling them up.
Sadie was the bottom twin. Scarlett basically sat on her for 9 months. Because of this, Sadie liked to lay on her head in a weird way and she developed plagiocephaly on her head. She got a DOC Band helmet to correct this in December.
It is National Infertility Awareness Week and the theme this year is Start Asking. I would like to share our journey and #StartAsking others to do the same so we can reduce the stigma around infertility.
It’s over! We moved. We are settled. We LOVE the new house.
We have some big news! We didn’t think our life was crazy or chaotic enough, so we decided to up the ante! We bought a new house!
We are moving at the end of March.
We hope your Valentine’s Day is filled with cuddles, parties, sugar and lots of LOVE!
We made it! We survived traveling with our 3 kiddos on a plane. It was crazy and stressful. It was also totally doable. Hubs and I are a great team, and we’ve been together so long, we can work together in sync without talking or checking in. This trip was an incredible amount of teamwork.
On a whim, we decided traveling to Indiana for my grandmother’s 85th birthday would be a great idea. We are going for 48 hours and you wouldn’t believe how much stuff we have to bring.