Archives for September 2015

Bumpdate: Week 34 – 6 weeks to go!

How Far Along: 34 weeks. Only about six weeks to go. Wow. Symptoms: Night time bathroom breaks. That’s about it. Embarrassing Moment: Well… I kind of had a moment. A moment of total bitchiness. Though I didn’t mean for it to come out that way… My sweet, sweet husband was on his way home from work one […]

What to do with all of that precious kid “art”

When my kids first started making things at school I was so excited over their creations that I, of course, kept  it. It started out on the fridge. Then started piling up on our counter. And then I would move it to a bin. And then finally to some photo albums that I could look […]

DIY Painted Striped Curtains

Since our little baby will be sleeping in our bedroom until ready for his/her own room, I wanted to put some curtains up in there to help block the light while sleeping. That, and our bedroom is pretty neutral and I wanted to add a little “something.” After searching the internet for quite a while, […]

Those First Day of School Mama Tears

I didn’t think it would happen to me. I thought we’d be bouncing into her classroom with all smiles and giggles and she’d be asking us to leave. We were READY! But that’s not how it went. On the morning of Gwyneth’s first day of Kindergarten she was excited, compliant, and excited to get all […]

Bumpdate: Week 32- The 8 Month Mark

How Far Along: 32 weeks. 8 months. That is so weird to say. I am eight months pregnant. Symptoms: The belly starts to get a little achy from time-to-time, and I have been experiencing some lower back pain. Embarrassing Moment: Can’t think of one, so doing pretty good I’d say! Maternity Clothes: Knowing this is our last, I am […]

On Being Surprised with the Third

The due date for baby #3 is quickly approaching and during these eight months I have felt mixed emotions about not finding out the gender of our little babe. With Gwyn, we found out what we were having the moment we could. We even had one of those 3D ultrasounds done before they were more […]