|babies getting married!!|
No. Just kidding. I barely even remember how it all started. What I do remember is that we met at Auburn when we were both (sort of) doing ROTC. We made out, we fell in love, we got married less than a year later because we cray.
|babies having babies!!!|
|how i pretend Guam was|
|Best. City. Ever.|
Because I am a total badass.
Nick is almost done with the Navy. God willing, he's done with submarines completely. We don't know where we're going next, and no, we don't even have a little idea. No means no. It will most likely be America, but that's all I got. We're due to leave London in June 2016, but I'm trying to think of a way to live here forever.
So far, I got: just stay here and hope for the best.
|kids are LOUD|
So, Nick is a mechanical engineer and he's in the Navy. For just a smidge over four more years. I don't do anything, but I used to be a nurse in the Navy. We have four (yes, four) children, two girls bookending two boys. The oldest is nine and the youngest is four. If you're considering having four children in less than six years and you're on the fence and wishy washy, lemme give you some advice. Don't fucking do it.
|quilting kicks ass|
I like to write, it's like free therapy. I like to quilt, and talk about quilting, and show off my quilts in the hopes that someone will see one and say "Hey, I'd like a quilt at cost, I'll buy the fabric if you make one!" That way I get to enjoy my hobby without going bankrupt, and she gets a (slightly imperfect but made with LOVE) quilt at cost. Win win. (Win.)
I like my mom to have somewhere to go to look at pictures of my adorable snot nosed children. I especially like to document our travels and for some reason, I cannot get enough of talking about the books I read. But mostly, it's our mundane day to day life.
Our perfectly flawed, exceptionally awesome, blessed beyond all measure, loud, obnoxious every day life.