Share a little something about yourself with other moms.
Born on August 13th, 1994, I am still young.
My heart is taken in two directions by the men that make me live. Caleb, my son, and Corey, my for eternity partner.
I am a hair dye addict but originally by hair is a dark chocolate brown.
Some like to tell me my eyes are blue but I’ll fight you to the death till you KNOW they are green.
I’m short. Not too short. Just the right kind of short. Short enough to make it through the crowd at the mall and tall enough to fit right into Corey’s arms and reach the top shelf of our cupboards.
Gosh how could I have forgotten with her bottom right in my face? My heart has also been stolen by Miss Stacy, my little witch cat who makes it very well known that she’s the daughter I’ve never had and will take priority anytime she decides she wants it.
Life is good. If there is anything I want you to walk away from my blog with, it is that Life is Good. There is a reason for everything that happens and even if you can’t find the good right away, you need to trust that someday you will.
What is your blogging philosophy?
I blog to show that even young parents can do it in a peaceful and attached way. Breastfeeding, baby wearing, gentle discipline, and bed sharing consume 80% of the blog.
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