Love Without Limits
Nick Vujicic was born with out arms and legs and yet while reading this book and I am sure even meeting him in person, you wouldn't even notice. His personality really comes out in this book and its upbeat, honest and real. This book lets you be in on all the little details on his love story with his beautiful wife Kanae and along the way they give some advice, tips and pointers for keeping your eyes on Christ thru it all.
The trials and bumps in the road that he and his wife faced during their story and the ways they overcame and trusted God are surely inspiring.
This book takes you along with them in a very real way from the Nick telling about past failed relationships to him and Kanae being united as one in marriage. It's such a sweet story and I highly recommend it!
Sunday, January 25, 2015
I've seen a lot of other "mommy bloggers" do posts where they document their every day life in pictures and I've always found those posts so interesting.
So, I got the notion to try it out myself. Not that I consider myself a mommy blogger, because I am not. I just thought it would be fun and totally doable.
These photos took me about three days to take and I STILL never remembered to take photos after lunch time :p
And. My days aren't that interesting. I tried documenting on a week that would show what a normal day for me looked like at home with the boys. So here it goes. :)
Another disclaimer. I'm not funny.
I don't get it done every morning so sometimes it happens midday-especially of i have a child who decides that as soon as i leave the room, he needs to wake up too.
Around 5:45 or 6, I come up the stairs and have my coffee and read/talk to brandon/get his lunch ready before he heads off to work.
Brandon leaves at 6:30 and I head into the kitchen to do dishes and try to clean up before the kids wake up.
Around 7-7:30 isaiah wakes up and we get breakfast and I make a smoothie.
After breakfast around 8 I clean the kitchen floors and sweep. It's amazing how i can do this every day and they STILL need to be done every day. Sad.
Once finished with that rag-I throw it on the top of my basement stairs along with all the other random dirty laundry I'm too lazy to take down the stairs.
James decides he wants to wake up and eat next. So I feed him and try to avoid the unavoidable spit up. Doesn't matter where the burp cloth is-he will miss it somehow and I will get covered.
I grab the broom anyway and go sweep.
Other times he does this.
James gets in some playtime and by this point in the day I completely forget about documenting my day and my whole "plan" is pushed to the back of my mind and I realize I won't be like those other "mommy bloggers". and that's okay with me. I'll just stick to reading their great blogs and not try to replicate them.
My days are plenty exciting for me and probably only me and I'm okay with that :) every day is different and I don't always stick to a routine. That's just life. And life with 2 kiddos :)