Brian and I met the month I turned sixteen. He was almost twenty-one at the time. He wanted nothing to do with me because I was so young. Needless to say, I was fuming by this rejection. I didn’t hear from him … Keep Reading!!!
My husband lost his mother to cancer when he was only eight years old. He still vividly remembers the wigs she would wear during the time of her treatment.
A couple of months ago we started talking about his mother and what he remembered about her when she was ill. The conversation ended with Brian deciding to grow out and donate his hair to Wigs for Kids.
Brian has been successfully growing out his hair for months, but he … Keep Reading!!!
I’ve noticed that it is socially acceptable to criticize or belittle marital unions of young people. I’m not really sure why. People will also give the explanation of youth as the reason why their first marriage failed. This could very well be true, for them. However, I want people to know that choosing to marry young is a very real and authentic choice.
I met Brian when I was 16 and he was 21. He was the first … Keep Reading!!!
Mayim Bialik came out with a new Attachment Parenting book, Beyond the Sling: A Real-Life Guide to Raising Confident, Loving Children the Attachment Parenting Way.
This book has stirred up a lot of emotion among mothers practicing different parenting styles.
The hot topic has been co-sleeping.
We are a co-sleeping family. I co-slept with my parents as a child, and Brian and I co-sleep with our children.
I thought co-sleeping was almost a non-issue in the US, but I … Keep Reading!!!
Today is my SITS Day! (It’s a big deal!)
So, here is a little about who I am and about this blog for all my fellow SITS sisters and new readers-
I’m the mother of two beautiful boys.
This picture pretty much sums up my life- I can’t tame my children or my hair:
but my kids love me:
I am a Christian.
I am a … Keep Reading!!!
Happy Anniversary Brian! I love you!
Brian and I got married on Superbowl Sunday- kind of.
Our ceremony was that day, we eloped a few months earlier.
Coincidentally, the game was Giants vs. Patriots
We had our ceremony and reception at my grandmother’s house.
We kept it small (75 people)
I actually was opposed to a ceremony and reception. It was Brian that really wanted one.
In the end I am happy we had one!
We chose February 3rd because … Keep Reading!!!