Let me just begin this with saying, I am not affiliated with CareCredit or Walmart. I genuinely just want to share something that works for me. When we first found out that our little embabies stuck, my intimate thought was preparedness. How much will we need of each item, and the double it for two! … Continue reading CareCredit + Walmart
Wow! It’s been a full month of the boys being outside of the womb. How crazy is that?! In the last month we’ve spent majority of our time in the NICU. However, we’ve all been home for going on one week and it’s been quite the adjustment. There are a few things that we’re addressing … Continue reading One Month Down…
Let’s have a difficult conversation, shall we? When I lost my dad, I figured I could pbe tough, i could play it off like it wouldn’t be that big of a deal. Yet, the pain is still very real today. I even considered myself lucky because I had “finished” having kids before he passed. All … Continue reading Having Children After A Parents Passing
One of the many questions we’ve received is how we came how we came up with the boys names. We’re here to tell ya, grab the tissues this could get emotional. Before we begin, if you don’t already know all of my kids are named in ABC order. Andi, Bree and Caidence! The boys are … Continue reading Where’d those names come from?
Yesterday I posted about taking one step forward in life, only to take three steps back. It was the day before that where everything seemed to take a turn. That morning, I woke up to a pleasant email supporting my leave for the boys. It seemed like life finally came full circle and I could … Continue reading When life gets tough…
I know I’ve been talking a ton about the NICU but, the NICU is what our lives revolve around for now. So, I’m not sorry. If I don’t write it out, I’ll hold it in and that’s not good for any of us. So, here it goes... another fun fact about NICU... The NICU whether … Continue reading Guilty As Charged.
It’s been one week. One week of back and forth visits to the NICU. One week of juggling two out of three girls at home, while still getting daily visits in with boys. One week of spending thirty-ish dollars every other day just to have gas to go up to see the boys. It’s been … Continue reading A Newfound Appreciation.