For months and for reasons unknown, Will has been incredibly fearful of riding his bike. The only reason that I can think is that a few months ago he fell off his bike, and my ever-so-cautious first-born has refused to get on his bike ever since. We tried everything we could think to get that … Continue reading #142 Be Brave, Little One.
I seriously cannot get enough of these two together. Their love for eachother just melts my heart. These are just some pictures over the last few days with them; a day in the life with these two.
This morning on the way to school, Will asked me about Papa's work. I was talking to him about Papa's job, and then I mentioned to him that in a few years Papa will retire. I then went on to explain to him how after you have worked for a certain number of years, after … Continue reading #134 Extra Tired.
Before I lost my mom, before I knew her cancer would return and our days would be numbered, before all of the heartache and loss, I knew a handful of girls that had lost their mother early on in life. Every time a picture would be posted on a social media feed, I would think … Continue reading #133 The Answer.
We found ourselves on a Saturday with no prior commitments, no plans or errands to run - a small victory in itself. We decided to make a family day of it, and started our day off with breakfast at Pancake Pantry. The Pancake Pantry is a Nashville staple. There is no doubt that when you … Continue reading #132 Nate’s 1st Pancake Pantry Experience.
Tonight's dinner is brought to you by Skinnytaste. Andrew and I have been trying to shed those holiday pounds, and these chicken enchiladas did not disappoint!
Today was Nate's favorite teacher, Ms. Taylor's, last day. In honor of her last day, we made her a sweet Valentine's Day gift for her to remember her little buddy Nate. Once we got to school, Ms. Taylor also surprised us with a sweet tribute to Nate - she made him his very own photo … Continue reading #130 Nate’s Favorite Teacher.