2020 Catch up!

Woah! What a year so far! 2020 has come in with a massive blow and we are only half way through it. 3 months into the new year we were hit with this global pandemic that we are still currently living through, which altered the way we work and live. Our new normal becoming WFH(work from home), virtual learning, social distancing, quarantine mode, face masks and re-teaching of personal hygiene(“wash your hands!”). For some it’s been quite the challenge, while for others they embraced the slow down of life and turned that negative, right into a positive, in that sense. We gave props where props where due…Thank you to all the healthcare workers, teachers, truck drivers and everyone keeping things moving as smoothly as possible.

We are now into August and it’s been 5 months living through this global pandemic. With school just around the corner for the kids and no solidified plan yet in site to start. Who would have thought we’d ever be living through something like this?! All we can do is document these unprecedented times, be respectful of others, stay safe, enjoy and live life the best we can.

Here’s to a better year and years ahead of us.

Lost a Tooth

Wow!  Holy cow!  Am I getting old or what?!  I mean this is my second child and now she’s lost her first tooth and I have simply lost my mind.  This is a milestone event and honestly I can’t deal with any more milestones because now I am at the time where they are becoming few and far between.  Any little thing to me is a crying event while my husband just looks at me and shakes his head.  Comments come from him, like, “she’s got more teeth” or “we have another child”.  No hun!  It doesn’t work that way!  These are my babies and they are growing up, can’t you see that?!
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Well, cheers to her and her first lost tooth.  I wish I had a video of when it happened so you can all hear me belt out a slow motion “Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!”, while she giggled and stared at me with the excitement of having lost her first tooth.
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