Nicole Hughes's Blog Posts Tagged 'family' (5)

Home Sweet Home

Home Sweet Home

Wooo! Lucas and I are home after seven days in the Sunshine State.  We had such a great time, and seeing my mom again was like surfacing for air.  It had been too long.  It will always be too long. …

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Added by Nicole Hughes on July 18, 2012 at 11:14am — No Comments

Living in Sin

Living in Sin

If…

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Added by Nicole Hughes on June 14, 2012 at 7:33pm — No Comments

The Wow Factor- A Mothers' Day post

Mothers' Day is not about jewelry.  It's not about a day at the spa.  It's not about lunch at a fancy restaurant or even breakfast in bed.



I'm embarrassed when I see moms complaining about a lack of "wow" on Mothers' Day.  Usually they have small children, so what they're really complaining about are their husbands.  What do you mean you didn't get anything.  Look at your children!  How many quiet hours have you spent blissfully rocking your newborns?  How many raspberries have…

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Added by Nicole Hughes on May 14, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments

Dirty Laundry

Ok, I just need to get some things off of my chest here.  This is family drama.

My cousin A and I are only 9 months apart.  Her mom and mine share a birthDAY although they are two years apart themselves.  Out of my mom and her 4 siblings, I think that she and A’s mom have the closest relationship.  We also have that close…

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Added by Nicole Hughes on October 4, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments

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