Welcome - Car Party and Happy Hour!

Welcome to my blog! Not really sure how I feel about starting this new endeavor but I figure:

1) I like to write

2) I like to talk
3) I like to read other mom blogs because it makes me feel a little less crazy
4) Maybe someone else will feel a little less crazy after reading my blog posts about our little party of 5

So here we go....

I am married to a wonderful, funny, loving husband for the last 12 years and we have three children ages 8, 3, and 10 months. Two boys and one girl and they are so much fun and yet so incredibly exhausting at the same time (this includes my husband). 

We are really big sports fanatics since my husband graduated from Wake Forest and we live in Winston-Salem. As you can tell from the photos below, we all had to join his bandwagon and pledge to be lifelong Deacon fans during the good, the bad, and the really ugly. We have lots of opportunity to practice our loyalty! 

I am a stay at home mom by day and a stay at home mom by night. I typically consider it quite a treat (uhumm....paarr-tay) if I can go anywhere in my car by myself without a child in the backseat. If you ever see me driving around town with all my windows rolled down jamming to classic rock, then you know its just me having a little car party. Matter of fact, for most moms of preschoolers I think that any time, any where, all by yourself is probably all you need to declare it happy hour! 

Speaking of happy hour mine is:

1) Between the hours of 2-3pm because the two little ones have gone down for a nap and the older one is not home from school yet. 

2) I really don't need anything else to let it be considered a happy hour. 

I don't know what else I will include in this blog since I am new at this but you can rest assured it will probably not be super serious or incredibly insightful parenting moments. It will most likely be silly and light and just a little something you can read while you are waiting on your kids to finish soccer practice or sitting the car pick-up line. So I hope you will share this with other moms and that together we can find some comfort and humor in our less than perfect parenting, marriage, and life moments. 

Be Blessed!! 


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