We have all been there. From tumbling classes to soccer games and dance classes to football – we have all worn ourselves out to the point of exhaustion. Then comes the meltdowns, the lovely age when your kids become pre-teens or even when they are the enjoyable 2 and 3. Don’t get me wrong! There are amazing memories to be had during these times but … Continue reading Mommin’ Ain’t Easy: Keeping the Faith During Times of Defeat
Are you ready for the time of your life?! Are you ready for adventure?! Those of you that have been following along on our facebook page know that next year we have an amazing trip planned. If you aren’t – WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR!!!! Here are just a few details since we have our first major deadline coming up in less than a month. … Continue reading Let’s Cruise!
Here I am, watching my first born get excited about cheer tryouts at the middle school. She’s at the edge of preparing to leave elementary school, the innocence I have enjoyed for 7 years. I can’t believe we are about to leave in the distance the childhood of what I had grown accustomed to and what I would now have to hold on to; – … Continue reading Confessions of a Cheer Mom: Surviving the transitions of Elementary to Middle School One Cheer at a Time
Life in the south is interesting to say the least, but it is home. The mountains, the music, the people all add up to equal a great place to live. Growing up, my parents always instilled in us to chase our dreams. No matter what, anything we set our mind to was possible with hard work and determination. This rang true for me in many … Continue reading Home: The Place Where I Belong
Our family is a Disney Family. From the time our kids could name every Disney character and sing every Disney song without missing a beat, we have invested in taking our Disney minis to the happiest place on Earth even purchasing annual passes so we could visit more frequently. Do not get me wrong! I do not regret any visit we have ever made taking … Continue reading Embracing Travel: Experiencing the World