Let’s get this this right, retirement is something everyone looks forward to -three simple words, no more work. One day I picked up a my little brother (the boy I used to baby sit but that’s what I call him) from school. I asked him how school was and he immediately said I can’t wait till I retire. From the mouths of babes people. Voya Retirement Readiness has given me the itch to start saving for my little one. For me I always feel like I want to plan for Hazel’s future. I want to make… Read More
Archives for November 2015
I’m trying to think of a cleaver way to start this post. I’ve deleted and rewritten three sentences a number of times and I just can’t seem to get the right words to form in my head. It seems to be an on going thing in my life lately and now I understand why they call it mom brain. It’s a real thing. I’m not as cleaver as I once was -I guess talking to a ten month old on the daily will do that to you. Life around here has been busy, I guess… Read More
At ten months old Hazel: Can walk Can crawl Says “sat” when she wants to know that something is Loves her doggy and her dolly, she laughs and gets really excited when she sees them. Tries to say different words -I think she can say phone and shoe. She loves walking to the front door, getting the key and trying to open the front door. She loves walking around the house holding her doggy, and usually takes her most places. She loves eating everything mom eats.
There comes a point in time when your baby becomes mobile, this has been Hazel for the past four months. Ever since I can remember Hazel has been on the go, she likes to move and is quite the active little girl. Every day we walk back and fourth between the family room and the living room. We admire the Halloween decorations -we still have them up, mom fail, and we look at the wall outlets -I still need to get those covered. We go in the living room and say hi to a picture… Read More
top: old navy, jeans: f21, flats: toms (old), necklace: mamma and little We are far past those first three weeks of being new parents and time keeps going by quicker and quicker. But I can’t help but think of all things I went through in those first three weeks. They seemed to be the trickiest three weeks of my life, being a mom is tough and there is a lot to learn. I found myself very high strung at times, but over the months -learning the ropes of motherhood, I’ve learned to not take everything so… Read More