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Desirae has officially reached the stage where nothing is safe, including herself. This week she started climbing on everything, including the glass coffee table that she subsequently thought it would be fun to stomp on. (Thank goodness that crisis was averted, because that would have made the tooth incident look like a walk in the park.) I have to watch her like a hawk. On top of that, she has decided she must investigate EVERY drawer and pull EVERYTHING off of all the shelves.
These past several days, I’ve been reminiscing about this past year of marriage. It’s been a pretty big year for us. A lot has changed. While Aaron and I were enjoying our anniversary dinner, we began discussing what we’ve each learned about marriage this year. I realized that I’ve learned four lessons about marriage.
Last Saturday I had my first real scare as a mother. In some crazy freak accident, my 13 month old child knocked her tooth out. That’s right. She knocked the entire front tooth clear out of her mouth. Desirae was in her crib, down for her morning nap. I’m not exactly sure when she woke up,… Continue reading Toothless
I want to say thank you to Incredibly Blessed Nest for nominating me for my second Liebster Award! It is so encouraging to know there are people who read and enjoy my blog. It keeps me going on those days when blogging is a struggle. I love the Liebster Award. I met some of my favorite blogs… Continue reading The Liebster Award, Round 2
Last week I made my biggest mom brain fail to date. I washed my iPhone in the laundry.
Yup, you read that right.
People think it’s a big deal to drop an iPhone. Well, I’m pretty the world would have had a heart attack when they saw my phone come out of the washer.
What I realized this past week is that Mother’s Day isn’t just about celebrating me, a mom. It’s about honoring all moms. It’s about celebrating all the people and circumstances that make motherhood possible. This year, despite popular opinion, I decided not to ask for a break from being a mom on Mother’s Day.