About a month ago I started to feel unsettled with my current life. Don’t get me wrong – I am GRATEFUL for the amazing life I have. My husband works insanely hard so I don’t have to work full-time. My kids are healthy, happy and fun. I am healthy, active and busy. So what the […]Read More Managing Motherhood
This month, Ellie turned 10 months and Jack turned 2 1/2. Jack: – LOVES music and youtube music videos: pentatonix, Daft Punk and Michael Jackson are his favorites. – Favorite movie: Toy Story. He sleeps with a Buzz and Woody doll. Greets you by saying, “Howdy, Padnah (partner)” and “To Infinity and Beyond!” Refuses to […]Read More Keeping up with the Ramseys.
I’m the worst blogger on the planet. I feel like Garth from Wayne’s World when he’s testing out the “Suck and Cut.” When he tests out the appliance, hilarity follows as the experiment goes awry and he screams, “MAKE IT STOP! IT’S SUCKING MY WILL TO LIVE.” ellie turns SIX months this month. What? Where have […]Read More update: the wildlings
My blogging hiatus has come to an end. I’m sitting on the couch with another super squishy baby on my lap. She looks just like her big brother. And I was nervous about having another baby. Would I love her like I love Jack? Would my heart be divided? Was it fair to either child? […]Read More ellie lynne.
it’s shameful it’s been over a month since my last blog post. I feel like life (this pregnancy especially) is flying by with so many memories and precious moments as a family of three that I don’t want to lose. My mom tells me constantly to write these precious moments down to freeze them in […]Read More 27+
I feel so guilty for only posting once a month. It makes me cringe every time I think about my neglected blog. I want to write, I really do. But when I think about everything else I SHOULD be doing, it just falls to the bottom of my to-do list. SO, while I should be […]Read More stop, collaborate and listen.
we made it one year. this has been the best, hardest, most fun and sleep-deprived year of our lives. i think i speak for both of us when i say we’ve learned more about ourselves in this last year than any year of our marriage. being a parent requires you to give up a lot […]Read More one year old.
Yesterday, sweet Spencer Pratt & I celebrated six years of wedded bliss. We took Jack to my parents’ house, where my mom’s favorite game is and always will be “What’s Been the Best Thing About Being Married” game. He could’ve said, “Well, being married to Hannah is like being in ‘Dante’s Inferno.’ You think you’re […]Read More Josh kept me around another year.
Sorry for the delay in blogging. I turned 25 on Monday. This means I have Alzheimer’s already and they don’t have internet in the nursing home Spencer Pratt shipped me off to live. I can remember being 17, graduating from high school and thinking, “When I’m 25 I’ll get married. Then by 27 have my […]Read More Quarter of a Century.
Jack is almost 9 months old. That means for 9 months, I have been primarily staying at home (working nights in the ER on the weekends, teaching fitness classes) and enjoying getting to know our new permanent housemate. In the past month, it seems his personality has exploded over night and in addition to being […]Read More kids are the ultimate form of narcissism.