love you like crazy


My dearest Little H, In less than two months, you will turn five.  In 3 and a half months, you will start Kindergarten.  Time is flying by way too fast for this mama! I want you to know that I love you like crazy! And for SO many reasons! 1. Since your sister started school full-time, ...continue reading

holding on to you


I love that you are nothing alike. It's enchanting just how different you are. From the colour of your hair and eyes to your favourite foods and more, you each have your way. I watch you when you sleep and my heart fills with love. I watch you when you play together and my heart emanates ...continue reading

four, funny and fantastic


"From a little girl so very small, how and when did you get so tall?" ~ Karen Mortensen Just yesterday, my baby girl turned 4 years old. Four years ago, I gave birth to a baby that looked so different than my other two. When Little H was born, she was absolutely bald and had the whitest skin ...continue reading

mother of a teen


The month of May has come and gone. It was an extremely busy time for my family. The highlight of the month was ME becoming a mother to a teenage daughter. Yes, that's right. I'm old enough to have a thirteen year-old. When I think about it, it's hard to believe because it feels like just ...continue reading

sugar and spice and everything nice


The month of May has been a very busy time at our house! Besides Mother's Day, my Mom's birthday, Big B's Catholic Confirmation, Big B's dance competition in Whistler and my Dad's surgery, our Little B turned a whopping 5 years-old! Where has the time gone? It feels as if Little B was born ...continue reading

5 things i love about you Mom


~ you love me all the time ~ you try really hard to spend time with just me ~ you're a good friend and are always there for me ~ you help me with my problems ~ you love to cuddle written by Big B {aka my oldest daughter} photo via here ...continue reading

my pre-teen


I still can't believe my oldest daughter is 12 and halfway to officially becoming a teenager. I see myself as a tween in her right now and it's funny to experience it from a Mother's perspective. She's always been a good kid and I'm hoping that her goodness will cross over into her teen years too. A ...continue reading