29% Chance of Getting Breast Cancer I had my first mammogram a couple weeks ago. It seems too early…I’m only 35. My mom was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was only 56. I remember the day she told us. We were sitting in my parent’s basement. I was a few months pregnant with my… Continue reading 29% Chance of Getting Breast Cancer
I’ve been MIA on the writing scene since Charley was born. I miss getting my thoughts down but the busyness and exhaustion have taken over. I haven’t had the energy, the motivation, or the words. Having two children (boys nevertheless) is no joke! The three-year-old wants my attention and the one-year-old hasn’t been the easiest… Continue reading Back From Hiatus
Our life is pretty easy-going. We do what we want when we want. We’re not overly busy with activities. We enjoy coming and going as we please. We cuddle in bed watching Mickey and go for bike rides to the park. I feel like our life will be too overwhelming at first to have as… Continue reading Am I Really Ready for Another Baby?
As a woman and a mom, I feel like I have a lot of high expectations to live up to. We have so many rolls to fill and are always expected to be at the top of our game. We have to be flexible, loving, strong, patient, entertaining, positive, creative, inspiring, tough, and responsible. The… Continue reading I Am Strong and I Am Fragile
This year has been very exhausting, stressful, and tension filled thus far. I’m definitely ready for a healthy, happy, and fun uphill swing. Although there are things, such as sickness, that are somewhat out of my control, there are other things I can take a hold of to make things turn around. First of all,… Continue reading A Right to Play
Ok, I’ve heard of the terrible twos and threenagers….is there something for a one year old? If not, I’m going to create a name. Let’s see….whiny one year old, testing toddler, sir whines-a-lot… To continue reading, please go to the following link: http://herviewfromhome.com/the-challenges-of-toddlerhood/ “You can learn many things from children. How much patience… Continue reading The Challenges of Toddlerhood
With Christmas time brings one of my favorite things…giving gifts. It makes my heart happy to make other people feel loved. This is something that I enjoy doing year round. It’s always been a delight of mine to shower the people I love with random acts of kindness. Something as simple as a random text… Continue reading Kindness Matters