Two weeks before Mother’s Day, I had an unfortunate passing of a family member. The plane tickets were ridiculous for myself, my husband, my sister, and my mother to all get home last minute, so we did what any other family would do…we rented a SUV and prepared to make the 9 hour drive home.
In my opinion, Ayesha Curry said nothing wrong and if you think she did let me enlighten you with my views…Check out my post!
If you follow me on social media, I am sure you saw that my family is preparing to move to the lovely state of Ohio! Yep! You read it right…good ole Cleveland Ohio. As the news has reached ears, many have asked, Why?? Who moves from Houston to Cleveland? You prepared for those awful winters?
“Do you ever walk in the gym and want a sign on your forehead that says “I’M POSTPARTUM” I remember in the very beginning I felt like such a beginner again, imagine that I pushed a baby out of my body. Thinking back now I wish I could have been a little more gentle on
In my previous blog on my first year of marriage, I briefy touched on the 4 F’s that lead to Divorce. My husband and I learned them while attending premarital counseling with our church. While they can lead to failure in marriage, they really can also apply in premarital relationships as well. 1. Friends The
Some call it a mid life crisis, I called it a mom life crisis lol. I had my son, and now I was in this phase of trying to process and figure out who this new version of Kelz was. With all the feeding, pumping, and sleeping when I could, I felt I needed a