Even as I’m writing this, I’m trying to decide if it’s a good idea. But something lately has been pulling on my heart strings.
Maybe it’s because, when we decide to have another child, it won’t be easy. Maybe it’s because, I feel like there are so many other people going through the same thing. Maybe it’s because, this week, I found out my insurance would no longer cover infertility. Maybe it’s because, I know the pain of wanting to be a mom so bad it hurts and feeling like you’re at the end of your rope.
So here goes….
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I’ve had a lot of questions about my nursery, so I thought I’d share this post I submitted to Project Nursery before my son was born. You can click on the pictures under Shop My Style for more information!
When we found out we were having a boy, my husband and I knew instantly what we wanted the nursery to look like. One of his favorite places in the world is Africa, so we decided to go with a safari theme.
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One game at a time. Don’t you get sick of hearing that phrase repeated over and over from athletes? We are just taking it one game at a time….
Well, since becoming a mom, I get it. I look at my life that way now. One day at a time. Sometimes, one week at a time. Otherwise, it becomes totally overwhelming.
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I started this blog when my son turned one, but I’ve come to realize there are so many great stories I wish I could’ve told before. So, I’m making up for lost time!
I found out I was pregnant right before our first preseason broadcast of the year of the Oklahoma City Thunder on Fox Sports Oklahoma. Which meant, I was about to be pregnant FOR THE ENTIRE SEASON.
Copyright 2016 NBAE (Photo by Layne Murdoch/NBAE via Getty Images)
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I didn’t understand it until I became a mom. I thought I could hide from it, but it has found me in so many ways: when I leave for a trip, when I take an hour to myself, when I make a mistake.
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