Here it is everybody. My first blog post. Well honestly it’s not my VERY first blog post because I used to blog before husband and baby came along, but life got.. well, you know.. busy. I have been considering jumping back into the blogging world for a little while now, but kept talking myself out of it because I didn’t want to fulfill the stereotype. Have a baby, stay at home, start a blog. Because really, what do I have to say? Except maybe a lot because I spend my days with an eight month old and a nine month old. So even if it’s not important, someone should probably hear it besides the little people. So here I am.
First let’s start off with WHO I am. My name is Raven and I am a YOUNG twenty-nine year old. (I turn
thirty in a week and I am resisting it with every ounce of my being. #29forever) A little over three years ago, I married Nick who just happens to be the most amazing and hilarious man ever. And then a little over eight months ago, we welcomed the cutest baby boy in all of the land into our family and named him Caleb. (So mommyhood is still real new and fresh over here. I hear you get a trophy and money reward at the one year milestone. Hoping that’s true.) And pretty much the most important thing about us is we LOVE Jesus. He is the core of who we are and who we strive to be.
Nick and I met in Fort Worth, Texas although neither of us are from there. He’s a Colorado native and will never ever stop telling you how much he loves his state and how their weather is just soooooooo much better than Texas’. It’s just best to not bring it up if you don’t want a thirty minute convo about things like humidity, heat, blah blah blah. I am actually from the Galveston, Texas area but lived in Fort Worth for seven glorious years. God moved us to the north Houston area a little over a year ago and now we are adjusting to more heat and more humidity (well one of us is adjusting).
So basically in one year, Nick and I found out we were having a baby, moved cities, lived with my family for a few months, changed jobs, bought our very first home, and had that precious baby. To say it’s been a whirlwind is an understatement. To top that off, my sister and brother-in-law (who are in fact the family we lived with for that small beat) had a baby five weeks before us. Which brings me back to the other baby I referred to earlier that I spend my days with. I have the opportunity to stay at home with my little man while we also get to hang out with my little firecracker of a niece. So life is all kinds of busy and all kinds of crazy and all kinds of wonderful.
And THAT is why I have decided to document it and share it with my world. I would love for you all to hear my adventures of trying to keep up with the Jones’… So stay tuned…
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Reading this just makes me HAPPY! Love you❤️