About Me

Mother, wife, daughter, granddaughter, chef, maid, dish washer, sweeper, nurse, and therapist is one of many hats that I have on my head daily. 


This blog is about the many daily things that I as a stay-at-home handle with my kids, spouse, and myself. It covers such a huge array things that covers my life. Such as raising a child with autism, being the family cook, cleaning the house, reading kids books and my own books, and teaching my children to be the best they can in society. Plus, other fun things that a lot of stay-at-home mom's deal with. 





I am twenty-nine years old and have recently been able to become a stay-at-home to three little ones. I have a teaching degree so I love to try to use it to teach my children as well as have lots of fun with them. I am also finding out how to become healthy and to raise a healthy family. I am hoping to take you on a journey in my hectic life to help you accomplished. I am learning recipes, making my own recipes, losing weight, teaching my kids, cleaning house. Everything that a stay at home mom does. I also get some amazing products that I can't wait to share with you. 


So a little about my amazing, hectic family. My husband, Stephen, and I were married on July 11th, 2009 after a very short engagement. At this point I knew him a ton as we have been friends since were eight years old. Two years later we welcomed our daughter Ginevera (Ginny) on April 11th, 2011. She came to this earth through a rough start and is my girly girl. She is a total opposite of me which I am very glad at this moment anyways. Two more years we got a huge surprise when I found out I was pregnant two days after my birthday. Miles was born on April 30th, 2013, and was an amazing quiet baby. What we didn't know was he was a different child all together. On June 9th, 2016, we found out Miles is low functioning, non-verbal autistic. He is an amazing little boy who comes with a lot of challenges. Can't forget our last little one Mason who was born on June 9th, 2015. Mason is the perfect little boy in our family and helps his older brother learn how to be social. He is also the mooch of the family and loves to eat everything. We are Latter-day Saints (Mormons) and have our unique religion as the basis of our family. 
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