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What Motherhood Has Taught Me so Far

What Motherhood Has Taught Me so Far

In the grand scheme of parenthood, I haven’t been a mother all that long. None the less, I have been through more firsts in the past 6 months than I have ever been through before. In no particular order, here are 25 things I’ve learned or realized since giving birth;

One Month Postpartum – Life After the Twins Arrival

One Month Postpartum – Life After the Twins Arrival

Today is my actual due date; January 6, 2018; and instead of anticipating the twin’s arrival, tomorrow they will be one month old!

What a WHIRLWIND this past month has been. It feels like it flew by, yet I remember each night, feeling like that feeding would NEVER end. Nights and days all mesh into one, but maybe that’s only because you don’t get an actual night’s sleep to differentiate the two

A Gender Reveal Reflection

A Gender Reveal Reflection

I remember people asking me if I was nervous to open the box. I just remember feeling really anxious… until it actually became time to open it! When we started walking towards the box and our family and friends gathered to watch - my heart started to race. It was actually more of an emotional event than I thought. As I took the lid off I started to cry.

A Christmas Thought

A Christmas Thought

We have so much to be thankful for, some people never will have the chance to enjoy Christmas lights, or have family to celebrate with. The holidays really are a humbling time for me. It’s easy to get caught up in the stress of the holidays and not often enough do people look back on all they have and things they should be thankful for. 

What We Should Remember After Election Day

What We Should Remember After Election Day

Why is it that;

People that claim to want equal rights bully those who don’t vote the same way as them.

People who preach to love one another go on rants with people with different thoughts.

People who teach love to their children, practice hate in the comments section of other people’s posts.

The Final Good Bye

The Final Good Bye

I got the news sitting in the airport of St. Johns, about to board the plane to come home. My husband had just got off the phone with my family and had the job to relay the news to me.

I broke down instantly, in the airport. Without a care in the world, that people were probably staring. After a solid 15 minute sob (and after many final boarding calls) I managed to stop crying long enough to walk my red puffy eyes onto the plane.

Some of the Best Quotes I've Ever Read

Some of the Best Quotes I've Ever Read

I don't know if it's my love for words, my constant goal to maintain happiness, or just the simple joy I get from reading words that really inspire me, but I collect quotes like children collect joy and adventure. I live for words, and when pieced together perfectly, the meaning behind those words can create magic. 

I've put together some of my favourite quotes, words of wisdom and words to live by for you to read. I hope they inspire you like they inspire me....

Having a Successful Marriage

Having a Successful Marriage

I wrote this blog one year ago on my first blog ever; Blogger.  I wrote it as I was in the middle of wedding planning. Today, I reflect on this and still love it as much as I did the day I wrote it. I understand that life changes and people change, but I also believe in fighting for what's yours. I believe the older generation is full of wisdom, knowledge, and I love that they were raised in a time that if something was broken, you fix it....

When your Children Learn the Truth about Santa

When your Children Learn the Truth about Santa

I don’t have children, but I’ve always loved Christmas. I’ve always wondered how parents and kids handle the transition from believing Santa Claus is real to believing in the Joy and Spirit of Christmas when kids learn Santa (spoiler alert!) isn’t real.