Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Let's go Blog Hoppin'

Welcome to the Blog Hop. Today you get to find out 3 things about me that you may or may not know. This has really taken some thinkin' on my part....but it has been fun!

1. Life as my family knows it is going to be changing really soon. For the last 7 years I have lived the military way of life. I have traveled, lived on the base, listened to jets fly over my house, survived 8+ deployments (almost done with the last one), and basically let my husband have a mistress--aka the Air Force. On Dec. 9, 2009 this way of life will be no more for us. That is the last day my husband will be property of the government! We are so excited and so nervous at the same time.

2. I have one little sister, Shana and she is my best friend. When we were little, I was so mean to her. I regret that looking back but I'm so glad we have become so close as we have gotten older. She is a great Auntie NaeNae to my kids and we love when she comes to town to see us!

3. I love being pregnant. I love the morning/nighttime sickness, the getting fat, the aches and pains, and the precious kicks in my side. I loved being in labor and seeing all of my babies for the first time. I am totally happy with 3 kids but I have to admit I'm going to miss the pregnancy stage.

I'll leave you with a picture of my baby girl who is growing up way too fast and already wants to wear lip gloss.

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silverhartgirl said...

Oh what a cute baby girl. I also loved being pregnant.

gin said...

my 'baby' just turned two! and now, after three kiddos and five pregnancies i am asking my husband if we can do it again! he thinks i am crazy. but all the headache of pregnancy is so worth it when you get to hold that little one for the first (and every) time!

blog hopping...have a great day. your daughter is beautiful!

Brooke Elizabeth Photography said...

I'm with you sister.. I ADORE being pregnant, more than I love chocolate!! Can't wait til we have our next one :)

p.s I have to wait til I'm out of Prevacid then see if I have another attack. So... it'll be a few more weeks before I know anything.

And being civilian is definitely different, it was a huge adjustment for us! Hope you're doing okay! If you're ever in town, I'd love to see you guys!