I’m pretty sure the world hates me. Today I got up and got ready for work. When I went outside, I saw our next-door neighbor
Jacob talks about some of the issues he is dealing with, and the emotional roller-coaster involved with life and feeling like you haven’t become the person you think you should be.
Our first Valentine’s Day from Jacob’s perspective.
For this What We Do Wednesday Jacob is sharing how he cuts 8 little boys’ hair in under 20 minutes with minimal cleanup and tears from the boys!
Why is it that when it rains, it pours!? We had one of THOSE weeks and to add to it our dryer broke! Here’s our takeaway from it all.
Since it is the end of the year, I thought it would be interesting, at least to me to list out everything that has happened for us this year, so I tried and quickly decided that it was in fact not that interesting. Instead, I have decided to add in the Christmas letter that we sent, just yesterday, to family and friends.
As we enter this winter season we reflect on past season in our home and realize with 12 people, someone is always sick!
Over the years Jacob has had to use some ingenuity to fit our family in our cars. Luckily we finally have a van to fit us all, but even then we needed to tweak some things!
We are not ones to argue, with anyone, but this was our biggest argument that spanned over about a year. it’s from Jacob’s perspective and the lessons he learned from it.
Our only daughter had a ride to the ER in an ambulance last night. Here’s what happened and what we can all learn from it.