Yes, we got to that point in life. The kid is 10 years old. Time for the bird and bees talk. How did we get here? I was just wiping his butt and now he’s about to get the talk. I’m his mom, I can see how having both mom and dad having the talk … Continue reading Birds and bees
When you lose someone you love, part of your heart gets broken. There is this huge void with pain and grief that come along with the broken heart. It is different for everybody, it is never the same from one person to another. How one deals with loss is different as well, there is no … Continue reading Coming to terms
I know it’s been a while, I apologize. Last fall I was supposed to resume my blog, then new job for me, new school grade for the kid, major adjustment, then when we finally got on a roll, the virus shows up and derails everything. It brought a lot of things to a new light, … Continue reading why hello there!
This past weekend we attended to a destination wedding in South Padre Island, TX. One of my cousins on my dad’s side was getting married so family and friends got together to celebrate. My dad flew up to San Antonio and then we drove down for the weekend. This was a chance for me and … Continue reading Getting together with the family
Not too long ago I found myself sharing my pumpkin patch memories with a few of my new-parent friends. So I thought I would share with the world the few things I have learned as an amateur mom-tographer. I am far from being an extraordinary photographer, but I am a very persistent mom with a … Continue reading Taking photos at the pumpkin patch
There is nothing that annoys me the most than drama-prone people. I really don't care for any drama, I’ve always avoided drama and I’m not interested in raising a drama-king kid either. I mean, I remember pulling a drama-queen stunt on my mom once, but it didn’t last more than 5 minutes. I was young, maybe … Continue reading When your kid gets dragged into drama
The 1 Samuel 1:11 talks about Hannah praying to God asking for a baby, "And she made a vow, saying, “Lord Almighty, if you will only look on your servant’s misery and remember me, and not forget your servant but give her a son, then I will give him to the Lord for all the days of his life, and no … Continue reading the kid
Have you read the book of Romans? Well Romans 8:28 says: "We know that God causes everything to work together for the good of those who love God and are called according to his purpose for them." Yes, you read it right! Absolutely everything that has happened in our lives, has been just part of … Continue reading the big breadcrumbs