Surgery!!! – PART TWO

If you haven’t already read Part One of my surgery saga, I would recommend you read that first. Click Here.

… So I woke up from the surgery and because an epidural had been administered, I could not feel my legs. It was the strangest feeling. It was both numb ad painful. Felt like a thousand ants crawling but I got no relief even if I tried to move my legs ever so slightly since I was still somewhat paralyzed from the medication and very much drowsy from the anaesthesia. Kept waking and falling right back to sleep. Continue reading

birthday party

Birthday Party!

My oldest recently celebrated his 7th birthday. My little Jacob isn’t so little anymore. How quickly they grow and how much goes into a party especially once your kid gets older and has a few more requests so that he and his friends could have fun. I usually try to get it all done myself but this time, I sold my husband on the importance of getting some help. We hired a cleaning crew to clean up post party and it was the best investment I could have made. You should definitely check them out. You will not regret it. Continue reading

Sick Kid

How time flies!!!

Hey ladies! OMGosh! I can’t believe it’s been  4 days since my last Blog post. I am so sorry. I will do my best to stay up on things in the future. My 4 year old got sick and got his younger brother and older brother sick. Somehow my 18-month-old was spared. Maybe because he isn’t yet in school and exposed to all the nasties, but you’d think that after being in the same household he would inevitably get sick – BUT, to my surprise, he did not!!

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Mom and kid

Lucy’s first Blog

Ah! The American dream. You go to school. Get a job. Meet a hunk in College if you’re lucky or whatever you’re willing to settle for as you hit your 30’s. Ya get married. Buy a House and pop out a few little ones. The life right? WRONG!!! You’d think life would be like you see in this picture. You and your offspring  spinning around in the grass. Nothing but good times and happiness. In your head, everything runs smoothly. Until… you actually become a mother.

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