I am a 30-something who left my full-time outside-the-home job (that I really enjoyed, honestly) to move half-way around the world. Now I get to (get to, not have to) be with my 2 young daughters and newborn son full-time and share this adventure with them and my husband.  This is a snapshot of our life as we journey through living in Germany.  And now we’ve moved back to the US to start another chapter of our adventure — in a new state, learning many new things again.

LOML, my husband, and I have been married for almost 10 years now, which is completely mind boggling for me to think about.  I don’t feel old enough to be able to have been married for 10 years.

We now have three small children.  Our first daughter, Big Ive, was born in April 2010 with bright red hair and a non-stop personality to match.  Our second daughter, Little E, joined us August 2011.  She is a sweet little girl who loves to attempt everything her big sister does…with varying degrees of success.  Our son, Little Guy (blog name is not decided, yet), was born November 2014.  He is a very sweet little baby with an even temper.  I’m eagerly awaiting to see what his personality will be like.

We’re a little bit crazy.  Heck, we decided to move to Europe when we had a newborn — and back to the US with a newborn and 2 preschoolers!  But, we are living the life God has given us and we’re extremely blessed to be doing it.

6 thoughts on “About

  1. Christina says:

    Hi! that is so exciting! I am from Germany, but moved across the Atlantic a just few years ago and now live in Maryland. How are you enjoying your stay there? I miss German bakeries and butcher shops, haha. I wish you and your family a fantastic time!! :o)

  2. I have two ponytails as well, but my girls are a little older. They sure keep you hopping but it is the best job going! Glad to have stumbled onto your blog!

  3. Rebecca says:

    ich wünsche Dir morgen alles gute für deine Geburt. Ich denke an dich.
    Liebe Grüße aus Deutschland

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