Weekend Takes

Now that we have a ONE-year-old I catch myself calling him a baby and correcting to toddler… a title that he’s thoroughly earned! Although he still likes to hold hands and tote me around the house to ensure greater stability on his expeditions, he’s walking pretty confidently. He still has a long way to go on stair […]

11 Months!

Thanks for all of the love on Baby Reeves! You’re the best supporters a gal could ask for. I hope to continue sharing more on our growth as the weeks go on. Being able to celebrate with so many loved ones makes this time so special. Speaking of growth, let’s talk about Jay at 11 […]

A new…

baby!! !!!! We are thrilled to announce that we’ll be welcoming another little soul in late November or early December. Probably early December if previous experience is any indication 😉 I’m about 12 1/2 weeks along right now and the baby is looking GREAT, praise God. I had my twelve week appointment last Thursday and […]

Jays of the Week

This past weekend we went back to Indianapolis and Bloomington for Tyler’s friends’ wedding! It was so much fun to see our family and old friends. Jay did great on both plane rides and was such a trooper with all the traveling. He’s used to spending his days with just boring ol’ Mom, so it […]

Jays of the Week

Lots of pictures to share today! We had a visit from my dad and his wife last weekend and it was so fun! We spent most of the time either hanging out around the house or looking around Fort Benning. It was relaxing and always nice to show loved ones where and how we live! […]

Jays of the Week

Jay turned 10 months old last Friday and suddenly 1 seems soooo close! He acquires more and more toddler characteristics by the week. This month, he learned to wave/point (some sort of hybrid!), throw tantrums, say “hah,” and scoot backward on his tummy. The only time he has any motivation to scoot forward is when one […]

Not a Baby Person

I love Jay. No question about it. Yet something that surprised me after his birth was how difficult everything seemed, and how unnatural parts of motherhood felt. I love kids, and I always have. Why was parenting my very own so difficult? Part of the struggle was undoubtedly overcoming the delusion that accompanied the joy […]