Monthly Archives: August 2012

Adopting Baby #2- The Dollars and Cents Of It All

It’s no secret that International Adoption isn’t something most people have the funds just lying around for.  While I like to consider the “T-House” fiscally responsible, the funds it will take to bring T #4 home aren’t the kind we … Continue reading

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Baby Fever-Less

Even as I write this, I’m still in awe that it’s how I feel.  When I think back to my darkest moments of desperation and fear, I never thought this would be a post I would write. I’d like to … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday To Me!

This week I celebrated my birthday.  It’s ironic, how the celebrations of your birthday’s evolve.  They start with at-home parties, then move likely to parties away from home (because unless your like the Obama’s, not many kids have a house … Continue reading

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Created for Care

I am SO excited to say that I am fortunate enough to attend a Created for Care retreat!  In March, I’ll be flying across the country (with my dear friend Brenda) to beautiful Georgia for a weekend with 449 other … Continue reading

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{Crafty Mama} Ruffle Lamp Shade

We are still working on E’s Big-Girl Room Re-Do (which I mentioned here).  It’s been a project that’s taken quite a bit of work, and while we’re still a while from it being finished, we’ve come SO far. One of … Continue reading

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Abandoned.

I know.  I’ve abandoned you this past month.  I came in announcing two huge things, and then I vanished. I thought staying home with E that I would have more time for blogging, social media networking, etc.  It turns out … Continue reading

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