Growing up with a mother who was a early childhood educator means I inherently was a bit of a bookworm. I have curated a collection of Titus' (and a few of my own!) favorite board books in our Amazon store. If you have Prime you can get these goodies to your doorstep as soon as tomorrow!
Posting small snippets of our adventures on social media, I've received countless messages saying how "brave" I was to take our little one out of the house every now and again. With encouragement from my husband, I've slowly become more and more comfortable taking T our and about...with limitations of course!
A little under two weeks ago we gave birth to a smiling, hairy baby boy and fell completely in love. We went with the intention of birthing in a birth centre with little to no pain intervention and a possible tub birth, but our little King had other plans for us!
If you haven't followed us on Facebook yet, I can break the news to you that we are having a bouncing baby boy come October 1st! The wives club here in England were amazing in putting together this beautiful English-themed baby shower equipped with scones, fingers sandwiches, and the traditional English spirit, Pimm's!
Sure, there are countless celebrations, proud moments, and smiles like any family. But there are also a great amount of painful transitions, separations, and an increased likelihood of loss. Phew! That got real!
When I was a military brat growing up in Fort Hood, TX, I met this other kid in a similar situation: Small town. Military background. Lived right up the street from me. We went to high school together, dated, parted, and then for some weird reason in our late twenties, reconnected...