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Wife to the most amazing man in the world, Ben. Mommy to our baby girl sophia. she is squeezy cute. we're expecting our 2nd in august! I love to make my house a home for my family..cook them yummy food and delicious treats.
my food photos aren't always pretty but they are 'usually' delicious. i always forget to capatalize my I's..i've tried to relearn how to type but still can't do it. i'm probably posting during nap time instead of cleaning. I always forget i have stuff in the oven. i burn toast. (sometimes 2 times in a row-the husband gets a kick out of that) We both do ministry full time so we’re on a budget..always looking for bargains. i say target tar-jay...not cause it sounds so fancy but because my mom always called it that growing up. i was shocked the first time i was made fun of for saying that..haha. i love being a wife and mom..and all the fun crazy adventures it brings! for the first few months i smelled like curdled milk. lovely. sophia is a cuddle bug.. and her only dance move is shaking her butt. i'm nervous. i'm passionate about design and making things pretty..on the side i'm a freelance graphic and web designer..amateur photographer. i love my Jesus my faith my family my friends.
What is your blogging philosophy?
When I first got married and had my daughter I found myself nursing with one hand and reading blogs with the other trying to find ideas to make my house a home..cook something yummy for dinner..and look good while doing it..all on a budget. Here I'll pass along yummy recipes, home ideas, and basic mommy information that I have come across!
This blog is my way to be a little shortcut for all of you other busy budgeting mama's out there! Use the recipes to try out something different or to plan ahead your week of meals and grocery list. Get frugal ideas to decorate your home..to entertain.. and to look lovely!
Hi There from The Girlz Korner in upstate New York. My blog offers light, witty and rather entertaining articles on every topic imaginable from The Little Black Dress to Making Whoopie. So if you get a chance to kick back, if only for a brief moment ... come on over and see me some time.
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