Hi Brittany! Thank you so much for those encouraging words, and thanks to your brother for serving his country and his and your families sacrifice. I am really happy to know people see my true vision for the blog which is to help military spouses cope with deployments as well as everyday military life. If you know anyone who is a military spouse feel free to pass my blog on to them.
Look forward to knowing you and the other great ladies of this site more.
Sorry, I may have misunderstood when it said favorite blog. That is not my blog just one I really like. I can't take credit for it. I just love the ideas that the blog has, like the Sesame Street party.
Hi Brittany, I apparently just sent my self a message, duh! I am so glad that you like the tees and I actually just posted a new blog! I have been revamping my site and adding new tees so it has been while. I would love to be apart of your review! I could even do a coupon or a FREE giveaway to get it off and running...anything I can do to help, I would be more than happy!
Hi Brittany - thanks for the very kind words about my jewellery :) The Europa ring is gorgeous - I love purple! Well we don't have sheep and I don't think cows are very inspirational - maybe its the scenery!? Twins are great, but very exhausting. Uneven numbers aren't ideal though - maybe you'll have to go back again for number 4 ;)
Thank you for your comment! The journey with my Emma has made my point of view on life real, warped with an overwhelming "gotta keep laughing right along with the tears outlook." Her life and death is a shining example that good can come from bad.
Thanks for checking out my blog Brittany! Congratulations on the third pregnancy...I just read your recent post and I can totally relate! I had a similar experience (some bleeding early on when I was pregnant with my daughter). For me, it began at 7 weeks so don't panic! Maybe it's a girl!
Best of luck and I'll keep checking out your blog! :)
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