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I think I’ve made it pretty clear on this blog o’ mine that I don’t want my kids to grow up.
Too quickly. And then there are days, I’m looking at boarding schools.
I’m just saying.
They make me laugh. They make me cry. They make my world a sunny place.
As much as I want to slow down time, I must admit that I’m glad we’re out of the teeny tiny baby stage. I loved my newborns, don’t get me wrong, but I’m thankful they all sleep thru the night and are on solid food. You know? It takes me a good year to feel normal again after the birthing.
I mean, honestly, after I had my babies, I was one of those moms who was disheveled, leaking breast milk, and just trying to get thru the moment. The whole natural process wasn’t exactly natural.
We made one more baby step towards toddlerhood last week. We went from this giant diaper bag:
This handy diaper/wipee case holds several diapers, a wipe case and it has a pocket for my wallet and phone!
And we did it with the help of The Rocking Pony, an adorable Etsy store. I discovered Karen’s lovely store, through her blog. She wrote the most amazing post about the birth of her fourth child who has Down’s Syndrome. Her honesty touched me. And I could relate to her.
She is a super talented seamstress and designs incredible one-of-a-kind shirts. Just look at this one that I’d like to get for my son. And I love that one for my daughter.
The Rocking Pony has generously offered to create an amazing shirt for a reader. Go and look around here, come back and leave a comment with what you liked or what you’d like Karen to design for you (she can do ANY size shirt)!
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HI! I'm Kristen. I'm here to encourage you as a wife and mom and remind you there's a little bit of THAT family in all of us. I write books, run Mercy House and try to remember I am third (God first, others second). I'm glad you're here.