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Motherhood is Not for the Weak

Four months in and I’ve learned everyday is a new challenge… on Saturday we celebrated four months of parenthood.  No matter what you prepare for or what others tell you the journey of parenthood can not be explained.  Here’s a few of the things I have learned so far … Continue reading


Time for the Crib…

Exhausted has become a word that understands how I feel.  Lately I have been feeling like I am running on empty … work, school, homework, baby, house, baby starting to teeth … sleep has become an old distant friend. So this week we decided to take charge and change the sleeping patterns of the baby (with hopes we actually have some say when and how long he sleeps)

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Who are you?

Lately I have been thinking about … who is it that I really am and who is it that I want to be?  With all the new journeys I am on I somewhat lost sight of myself.  In order to take my career and life to the levels I want I have to figure out who it is I am, so after sitting and thinking for awhile I thought of who I am and who I want to be… Continue reading

Being a Mom is Tough … Sometimes (This one is for you Moni!)

This one is for my sister…

I have a younger sister who is my best friend, but it hasn’t always been that way … we used to get along and tolerate each other simply because we were family and we had to. Now I don’t think I could function without her, plain and simple my life does not make sense without her. It showed me as you grow up so do your relationships and the role people play in your life.

This week was a tough week for my sister; better put the last 9 months have been tough for my sister. Her husband was deployed in Afghanistan, oh and I failed to mention my sister is a wonderful mother to my adorable 17 month old nephew, so do the math … my nephew was without his father during the ages of 9 months till now and my sister was without her husband. He was supposed to be home Sunday morning, which became Sunday afternoon, which became Sunday evening, which became Monday morning, which turned into Monday night at 10pm.
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