Parenting can be a live comedy! Daily I find humor in the little things that arise during our day! Kids have a way about bringing laughter and joy when everything else seems complicated and overwhelming. It is true, when you become a parent you really don’t have a dull moment in your life no more. Always expect the unexpected, especially if you have a toddler at home. They will definitely bring the best out of us parents when they decide to get into mischief. It is a priveledge and joy to watch my kids grow, try things, experience life, and embrace the difficult trials because memories are being made. Enjoy your little ones, take time to notice and compliment the good. Time is not a luxury it is a gift that should be taken with care!
Sometimes life catches up with us and our busy lives get a little out of sorts. For me it’s been a long summer!!! I am so glad we are approaching the lovely season of Fall. It has always been my favorite time of the year!
With school now in session and everyone finally getting back on a routine everything is finally starting to calm down a bit. 🙂
I will be starting up my blog posting again and plan to also post lots of pictures too! Hope everyone has a Fabulous Day!
The last few days have been super busy and slightly unproductive but I have made lots of great memories that I will always cherish. This past week has been full of the ups and downs and we are in the middle of trying to buy a house so that doesn’t help with the crazy but making memories with my little ones have been so rewarding over the last week. Like the other day, as crazy as it got there were some hilarious moments that had me rolling on the floor. For instance when I knocked over the corn mill on one of my cats in the kitchen while trying to make snacks for the kids and put up groceries, along while the kids are running throughout the house with the video game blaring in the background. Yes those are the funny yet crazy moments that I love. No matter how crazy your day can get there is always a way to turn around that moment into a cherished one. Cherish the moment, scrap book it, take pictures, embrace it and enjoy it! I don’t want to regret I want to remember all the fun, the good, the excitement I have and will have with my kids. 🙂
Wanted to share a cookie recipe for any moms that love baking cookies and if you have any little ones with allergies with egg.
You need: 1 lb of butter
2 cups of sugar
3 cups of flour
2 cap fulls of vanilla
1 tsp of salt
1 tsp of baking soda
First take the butter and the two cups of sugar, mix it up until creamy. Then add the three cups of flour. Add the vanilla abstract (2 cap fulls). Then the teaspoon of salt and baking soda. Mix it up until it is all blended. Once mixed transfer to a bowl and put it in the fridge until ready to use. Spoon out some dough and bake in the oven at 350 for 8-10 minutes!!! Beware: Sugar Alert!
It’s these moments that I enjoy the most. Watching my kids grow has become the most rewarding experience and I am loving every minute. Take these little moments and capture them. MAKE MEMORIES while you still can.
Got to say my husband would find it pretty funny and ironic but yes I am writing again. I am currently working on a few novels, blogging, and well just…you know….going overboard on social media as usual! It has been nice to get back into the groove and embrace the art of writing again. When I write I feel free because it is a release, you don’t have to confine yourself, I get to be creative!!!
Freelancer, Odesk, Elance, and Guru are four great websites that I have checked out and have taken on assignments before. But right now I am focusing on my novel writing and am putting aside my freelancing for a later date. I write dystopian fiction, which is my favorite genre but I do like others as well and will eventually branch out. I used to write poetry when I was younger as well, it is also another great way to express yourself through words. Writing can be very therapeutic, like blogging! If you would like to know more about writing or want to any advice on how to get started feel free to message me!