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A years worth of update.

Hey guys! I’m back. Yeah, I know. I’ve been MIA for a while but now I’m pretty sure I’m here to stay. Just to kinda give a quick overview of what has happened over the past year or so; last I told you I was stationed with my husband and son in Germany for the military. Since then I have gotten out, we are back in the United States. My husband and I have switched roles. He now works and I’m lucky enough to stay home with the kids. Yes, I said kids πŸ™‚ we now have two beautiful little ones; one girl, one boy πŸ™‚ Jack is now 2 and Rilynn is 4 months. We are so lucky to be the parents of two amazing kids. That doesn’t mean Jack isn’t going through your typical two year old phases though. Since I got out I’m diving more into my Young Living business; being more active and serious about it. Any encouragement is welcome πŸ™‚ I’m definitely excited to be back and writing to you guys! I’ll be doing some much needed updates for this blog site so thanks for sticking with me guys!

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The First of Many

My baby’s first Christmas guys! I can’t believe how fast he’s growing up. I feel like I just had him. Although he’s not quite to the age where he gets super excited to open presents, I love seeing that he loves what he has gotten and how he tries to tear the paper. I was supposed to work a 12 hour shift today, which I wasn’t excited about but someone’s gotta do it. I got to work I was there for about an hour and then they let me go home. I’m truly blessed. I work with great people and God has his way of working. Let me tell you I was super excited to come home and be able to be with my husband and son I almost wanted to cry. I didn’t want to miss my babies first Christmas. Yes, he’s ten months probably won’t ever remember but I will. I’m just happy I got to be here. I hope every has an awesome day and don’t forget the real meaning of Christmas. Be grateful for what you have and love your family unconditionally. Merry Christmas guys!

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Work to Home.

Guys I work 12 hour shifts. I come home and hang out with my hubby and my baby boy, as I do every time I work and come home. Tonight I did the same thing, but now I’m just sitting here writing this blog. My husband on his PS4 and I can not tell you how relaxed I am. Usually I get off work come home, hang out and go to bed. Tonight I felt like doing things a bit different. So I’m sitting here writing, looking at my young living things and hanging out with my husband. This is so nice. We don’t usually get a lot of us time, even if were doing our own thing together. Jack is finally starting to get back on Germany time, only took about a month. He’s sleeping much better at night, although with him trying to walk his brain is running all the time so last night he didn’t sleep very well. My poor baby, always awake trying to learn everything. Even though I decided to come home and hang out a bit longer than usual, I’m still tired. Again, I can’t even begin to explain how nice it is and be able to do something adult like instead of going to straight to bed. I’m sure all parents know the feeling πŸ™‚

A job that turned into a passion.

I like to write, sing, and spend time with my family. I’ve always wanted to write something fiction but I don’t think that’s for me. I never get very far. I do love my job for the most part though. Every job has it ups and downs, but I work with babies and moms. I’m a medic in the Air Force. I love working with the babies. Nothing makes me happier then seeing the little smiles and brand new faces of the newborns. They may not be very talkative but they are the cutest things. Best to cuddle with too. The moms, I love working with the moms too. I love being able to be apart of such a new beginning for them, such an important part of their life too. I love being able to help teach them new things they either forget or have never done. I got super lucky to get the job I did. In the Air Force as a medic you can be put anywhere in the hospital. Now, before I got in my main goal has always been babies and/or pediatrics. I got put right where all of it starts, newborn babies, and I love it. You could be having a bad day and just looking at the new faces will put a smile on your face. I feel like you should always like your job. there’s no point in going to a place you don’t enjoy. I love the people IΒ work with as well. In the military so often people come and go, you meet so many people who wind up becoming some pretty good friends. The people I work with make the job even more fun/better than it already is.