Eliora is pretty obsessed with Disney movies, just like me! One of her favorite is “Nemo” and the fishes! So this past weekend we had a family day at the Newport Aquarium in Northern Kentucky.
Being a wife, mother & teacher is really hard. Like really really hard.
Lately, I’ve been feeling entirely overwhelmed. Which always leads to me thinking: what am I doing wrong?
A couple of Christmas’ ago, my family bought me a record player. I was so excited about it & loved listening to my favorite vinyls. When Justin & I got married, we began to expand the record collection & placed the record player on whatever furniture we had: side tables, benches, dressers, etc. Once we moved into our home, we knew wanted to have special furniture pieces. That is when we decided to reach out to Resurrected Builds.
It is so hard to believe that it is already March. Where has all the time gone?
I am still trying to catch up.
After a rough week of being sick, busy and exhausted, we devoted our Saturday to a family Fun Day! With a 20 month old always on the move, we try to be intentional about where to take her. Eliora loves to run & play, so we knew that the Kentucky Science Center would be a great place to take her!
Having a home has always been a dream of mine. A dream that pulled on my heart strings the more I watched “Fixer Upper” and scrolled through Pinterest’s “Home Decor” tab. For a while, it didn’t seem like a tangible/possible thing.
But what do I know?
I am a brown woman, married to a peach (sometimes red) man. Raising an olive baby girl.
I am a brown woman teaching in an inner city classroom filled with 12 brown kids, 2 olive kids & 1 peach kid.
In all of my hours in the classroom, not one of those students have ever mentioned the color of skin.
Because it doesn’t matter.