• Adoption,  Parenthood

    3 years down…forever to go!

    I’ve been looking forward to this day ALL month long! My emotions are all over the place, as I think back to this day, three years ago, and relive every moment of it, feel all the emotions again, and experience a…

  • family,  motherhood,  Parenthood

    “Just Noah”

    Just before Easter, Noah had made a set of bunny ears at school, and when I went to pick him up, he came out wearing them. He looked so darn cute, I just couldn’t resist, and said, “Hello, Bunny Noah!”…

  • Inspiration,  Parenthood

    A lesson from my 3-year-old

    As parents, there are a lot of things we have taught our Noah over the years. We’ve taught him to sit, crawl and walk. We’ve taught him to feed himself. We’ve recently been teaching him how to brush his own…

  • Parenthood

    Tell me a story…

    Jason and I have always been avid readers. I remember learning to read “Sally Books” (at least, that’s what we called them. I’m not actually sure what the collection of books is called). They were a series of books all…

  • Uncategorized

    Life With a 3-Year-Old

    “I’m not a baby, Mommy, I’m a big boy!”  That’s what I hear most days from my 3-year-old, when I call him my Baby Boy. How do we have a 3-year-old already? And how is he already able to reply…

  • family,  Parenthood

    Beast, meet the Baby Beast…

    When we first got Noah, Jason saw a future rugby player. And since then, he has done everything he can, to make sure Noah knows and loves rugby, as much as dad does! I mean, we have a photo of…

  • Adoption,  Parenthood

    Dear Noah (part 2 of 2)

    Dear Noah, 366. That is the exact number of days that I have known and loved you. Today is the one year anniversary of meeting you. One whole year! Wow!  366 days ago, my eyes locked with yours for the…

  • Adoption,  Parenthood

    Dear Noah (part 1 of 2)

    Dear Noah,  Today, one year ago, I woke up in the morning, and the first thought I had was “I wonder how my Noah is doing this morning?” You see, my boy, it was just the day before, Friday 18…