Reading through blogs is probably one of my favorite things to do. Whether its a cooking blog or an interior design blog, it never ceases to amaze me the creativity that can flow through a single person and how they can translate that onto this platform! Seeing the different creative outlets made by these women and men kind of inspired me to dig deep down inside myself and find my own! Actually I can’t take credit for this – my husband Trevor is who I need to thank for pushing me to just give it a shot! I’ve kind of always wanted to do it, but I felt I didn’t have the time, let alone the drive, to make it work. Plus what on earth was i going to talk about?! I’m not an expert on anything! Well, now that I am able to stay home and take care of Savannah (something i truly never knew i wanted) and we have this insane pandemic going on (yiiikes), I finally decided that it doesn’t matter that I’m not an expert on anything in particular – it just matters that I want to continue learning and that I really would love to share my findings and experiences with people. I truly have unlimited time on my hands (aside from taking care of a 3 month old which in all reality means i actually have about 1/3 of my day available for this…) so I am finally giving this a shot! I hope you all enjoy getting to know me through my experiences, thoughts, and random pictures taken in my backyard and car!
Life in Lists
Ever since I could remember, I learned to organize my life in lists! Grocery lists, pros and cons lists, to do lists, packing lists – I would literally put anything and everything into a list. For me, it has always been a way for me to focus my thoughts and plan out what needs to be done – basically prioritizing things in my life. I recently made a couple lists for a friend of mine focusing on what I think would be helpful to take to the hospital with them for when she goes to deliver her baby and things that would be handy postpartum. So I decided while creating this blog why not make a page specifically for lists? Kind of weird? Yes? No? Well if lists aren’t your thing, that’s totally ok! But I know there are plenty of mamas out there who just don’t have the time to make these kinds of things or just need a foundation for their own so I hope my lists are helpful in any kind of way!
I never had a doubt in my mind that Trevor would make a wonderful father, but his desire to just be around Savannah during all of his spare time is just so rare and so special. Each week he will post a blog talking about some topic that interests him in regards to being a father, shedding light on a fathers perspective and what that means for him.