Sit down and relax. I'm Steph. :-) Wife to Leif, Stay at Home Mom to Cadence and Nathan, Crafting business owner and certified procrastinator! I married my best friend 8 years ago, Cady is 5 going on 15 and Nathan is 2. I blog mostly about parenthood, marriage, my strange addition to gnomes and owls, my weight loss journey and just life in general.
I take on way more than I can handle, I procrastinate like the best of them, I tell myself that I work better under pressure and I stress out about the little things. To say that I LOVE my life would be an understatement! My kids and my husband are my reason for living.
I'm on a journey to a healthier me. I am currently taking my life back and have lost 39 lbs since August. I have recently discovered that I am a runner.
I watch way too much TV and surf way too much net at night after everyone has gone to bed, I love God and am currently dealing with the Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder diagnosis of our son and all that comes with the life changing events that will be hitting our family sooner rather than later.
My husband is my best friend. He has stuck with me through BiPolar disorder, depression and crazy wife moments. He is one of the hardest working guys I have ever met. (of course besides my daddy! :-) He does what he can to support his family so that I can stay home with out children. He is a video game lover, book lover, Netflix lover, movie lover. We have been together for 11 years and married for 8, he is defiantly the other half of me.
Cadence and Nathan are quite opposite of each other.
Cady is all things girl. She loves barbies, music and dancing. She fully believes that she will be a star one day, she is sweet and loving and we are so much a like that we often butt heads! Cady has taught me to stop and hear the words of a song and dance around if I feel like it because life is too short to care what others think.
Nathan is all things boy. He love Thomas the Train, anything with wheels, jumping and running, playing outside and his sister. He is Autistic and has Sensory Processing Disorder. He is the easiest and hardest child I have ever encountered. He is very shy and quiet most of the time. Nathan has taught me that everyone is different and their own person and that isn't a bad thing. He has taught me that the little things in life are what really matter. Because he is delayed in areas I feel like I get so much more joy from seeing him hit a milestone because I know how hard he has worked to get as far as he is right now. Because he doesn't speak much I find myself tearing up every time I hear him say "Mommy".
There aren't enough hours in a day for all of the things I commit myself to and I all of the things I love.
I could keep going but I know there is so much more I could tell you that you would be reading all day!
Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope to see you soon!
Until Next Time....