Chocolate Glazed Life - Page 7 of 8 - Parenting Fueled by Donuts and Diet pop
So I have long struggled with two major weaknesses, my love of eating and my ability to be totally lazy. And being the all or nothing personality that I am I decided to take them both on full force this month.  Oh yeah along with finishing potty training, getting the babies off milk bottles and …
There are some things in life that you just forgot to stop and enjoy. I am queen of taking things for granted. Here are my top 10 both pre and post babies. Before I had children I took for granted… #1 The ability to read/watch tv all day long #2 That I could clean pretty …
  I have seen many many posts lately floating around the Internet asking what does a mother really do? There are videos and blogs, charts and diagrams all detailing the amount of work or putting her worth into dollars and cents. In some ways I like to see these charts and such because it is …
  So this morning I load up my freshly bathed, perfectly coiffed and adorably dressed babies for Evelynn’s one year check up. Meanwhile I am wearing a thrown together outfit, with my hair still wet from my shower and no makeup. My theory is as long as the kids looks cute enough hopefully no one …
This weekend was my first full weekend of owning a minivan. Me and mom loaded up the kids and took said minivan to Long beach for an overnight with Dynah, Shane and family. I pulled the minivan out on to the sand and loaded out Bella and her cousins to play. I decided to leave …
If there is one moment in my life I will never ever forget, it is the first time I held my baby. That amazing and terrifying realization that she was MINE! That me and my husband created her! And that we will make the decisions and judgement calls for her, and love her in a …
  To the new residents at 1001 Carty Road, I know as you pull your moving vans in this old farm house may not look like much to you. But let me tell you what I see. As I come over the 1-5 bridge I catch the first glimpse of the trees, the trees I …
So tomorrow Isabella will be one month old. That means I have been at this hospital for 1 month and 3 days, I think I have slept at home for 5 of those days. Some days I am tempted to rip out the baby’s feeding tubes, take off all her wires and make a run …
Wow what a crazy last two weeks it has been! The roller coaster of emotions has been terrifying, exciting, draining and more amazing than I could ever have imagined. It is so amazing to me the bond you feel with your own child. Don’t get me wrong I love my nieces and nephews, which is …
Just wanted to come on and brag a little bit about our amazing baby girl! Yesterday she was able to come off of the CPAP machine and is now breathing 100% on her own. That was very exciting progress for her as the Doctor had just told us the day before that it would probably …
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