Tag: family

“Mama”

Aunt Kate… this is especially for you!  Finally figured out how to make this work.  Okay, the WordPress folks helped me realize how to make this work.  Potato, Pah-ta-toe. 😉  

blessings

We are moving along in the home building process!  This morning is our pre-drywall walk-through.  That basically means that we’ll go through the house as it is, make sure that all is good, and then they start throwing the drywall up! It’s… Read More

I cannot make this stuff up. Not even if I tried. Part 3.

A post full of Eli-isms.  That boy really can come up with the most adult/random/funny things to say.  What’s best is that he always says these things in the most serious of tones… 1.  Worldy-Wise Brady: talking to Eli about something random… Read More

Relationship before Rules

Part of the adoption process is going through a lot of training.  A lot. Which is good, because this will be a big change for our family!  A BIG one! One of the training modules spoke about something that has really stuck… Read More

Wordless Wednesday: Happy Birthday!

Today is my Brady-boy’s FOURTH birthday!    

the Complaint Factor

Perhaps there will be several similarities between pregnancy and adoption the further we get in to it all… but for now, one striking similarity stands out. The Complaint Factor You know what I’m talking about, especially if you have experienced pregnancy before…. Read More

I cannot make this stuff up… Part 2

Here are the next 5  (actually 6) crazy things that have been heard around the house.  For the first five, click here. This set actually ended up being all Brady-isms.  Age 3 has been a good year for random funnies from him!… Read More

a time & a season (part IV of IV)

Oh my friends.  It’s time.  Time to post about the impending arrival of a new little one in our family. I will be careful in writing this, and probably sit with it a few days to make sure I’ve communicated everything clearly…. Read More

a new place to call home (part III of IV)

I honestly thought that we’d be in this house for a while.  Probably a long while.  We love the area, we’re super close to church and many conveniences.  However, deep down was the desire to eventually get out of the two-story and… Read More

the not so cryptic answer (part II of IV)

My last post I indicated that there were lots of things going on in our family. Three big ones, to be exact, and I only let you in the know with one of them… our choice to homeschool our daughter next year… Read More