It has been a hell of a couple of weeks as far as our kitchen renovation goes, and I figured it is time for an update, even if it is not a very exciting one! When I last posted about it, we had ripped out all of the brick–taking a good portion of our [...]
Genetics are hilarious. The night after Nora was born, I sat in my hospital bed with my sleeping newborn passed out across the front of me. She had been born at 3:29 a.m. that morning, and after a day full of family and visitors, this was one of the first quiet moments that she [...]
It’s really the best word to describe Nora when it comes to dealing with her ear tubes surgery.
Girlfriend was a ROCKSTAR.
Our surgery arrival time was scheduled for 7:45 a.m., so we got up early this morning in order to be ready to leave the house by 7:15. Thankfully, the timing was pretty [...]
There is a name for people who can’t sell their property and don’t want to lose money on it; they call them “reluctant landlords.”
Hi, nice to meet ya.
It’s hard to believe that it’s already time to try our luck again in the real estate market. Our little old condo is back up [...]
I love her so much, I can’t even stand it.
She is SO.FUN.
She has personality for days. There is so much that she is doing that we need to capture on video somehow, because I just don’t ever want to forget it.
Simply, she is the greatest thing ever.
Sometimes, I just need to [...]
AboutI'm Heather. I'm 31 and have been married to Michael for five years. Together, we have two beautiful little girls we love more than anything, and a miniature dachshund who drives us crazy. I'm a full-time working mom who has very little time for my own "stuff" these days, like home improvement, cooking/baking, cake decorating, and photography. Despite the team not making the playoffs since 1999, I'm STILL a Buffalo Bills fan, which I think speaks to my loyalty AND sense of humor. I can't wait to pick up the pace with travel again some day... you know, when we're done being ruled by tiny fists. Welcome to my blog.
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