If there's one thing that breaks my heart, it's kids that have no Christmas. Our church is sponsoring a Children's Home in Hot Springs, AR. They have 54 kids that will be getting no Christmas presents. So we got to choose names today to buy them presents! I'm so excited because I want to teach my kids that they should always be givers. I encourage each of you to find a Children's Home near you and bless a child with a Christmas gift. And let's face it.....there are tons of them. I think it would be so awesome to be the one to take the presents to them, but I know me.....I would bring at least 10 kiddos home with me! Always remember....it's better to GIVE than to receive.
I used to take pictures of other people besides my kids all the time. For some reason I just stopped. I REALLY love taking pictures so when my sister wanted some of her family of course I said yes! I think they turned out so good! It helps when the people you're photographing are photogenic. She has a beautiful family! Here are some of my favorites!
I had my ultrasound today. We didn't find out what we're having! I'm so proud of myself. I REALLY wanted to know. I went in shaking with nerves, and the tech said I was making her nervous. She didn't even look at the "parts" because she said I was making her want it to be a surprise. So I guess we're really waiting until March to see if we're having pink or blue. She did say that I have a VERY healthy baby and everything looks great. I'm very anxious for March to get here. Labor is going to be a BLAST!
I have been married to my AMAZING husband Ty for 7 1/2 years. We have three beautiful boys, Trevin, Cooper, and Madox. I teach kindergarten, so I am blessed to be a stay at home mom in the summer! Some of the things that I love: sewing, crafting, playing with my kids, blogging, taking pictures, the Razorbacks, dates with my hubby (though they're few and far between!), shopping, Pottery Barn, hot chocolate on a cold day. I am obsessive about organization and keeping a clean house. Most importantly I love to go to church. The Lord is our family's foundation, he takes care of us through impossible situations.