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Jessica. 20. Wife. Mother to my little lady, born April 6th, 2011. Christian. Currently, we are wttc. Sometime in 2014, when my birth control is taken out, we will be actively ttc-ing.
Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Anonymous asked:
Not being rude, but doesn't it cause bad oral health to let a 3 year old have a pacifier??? Shouldn't you like take it??

"Not being rude but let me just be rude"

Monday, September 1, 2014

She wanted us to take pictures with her too.

Elizabeth and cuteness with her Leesha.

So, we’ve been having a bit of a flea problem. It’s getting better, but we still have some. Elizabeth and I were in the bedroom ‘cause she was on the potty and one got on my leg. I swiped it off, but Elizabeth noticed.

Her: “A flea get on you?”

Me: “Yes, but I got it off.”

Her: “Fleas can’t get on me.”

Me: “Fleas can’t get on you?”

Her: “Nope. They not awesome.”

Me: Fleas can’t get on you because they’re not awesome?”

Her: “Yup. They’re bad.”

Apparently she has a force field that protects her from anything not awesome lol.

We’re up insanely late again, for the usual reasons. Casey is up getting ready for work because he opens today. I told Elizabeth “bed’ twice and she suddenly yelled at Casey, “She needs your help!” and I was confused until she yelled, “Babe! Babe!” at him.

She thought I was calling him because she thought I said babe, and she apparently associates that with me needing Casey to do something, lol. She’s crazy.

Unpopular opinion time

tasteslikeburning:

syntheticmomma:

mydarlingdeers:

stephanieunderthesea:

All this feminist stuff on here is ridiculous. If you’re in the wrong you’re wrong, doesn’t matter if you’re male or female in my opinion. If you wear clothes that show it all you’re asking for attention. No you’re not “asking for rape” but you do want the attention. There’s nothing wrong with that but stop acting like you’re not. Tumble feminists are annoying. Sorry. I know this isn’t what everyone wants to read but it happened.

Seriously agree.

Or maybe it’s 100 degrees outside and you don’t want to fucking overheat. Or maybe you’re a nursing mother like me and low cut tops are the easiest to nurse in. It’s pretty shitty to assume women are asking for attention based on what they wear. 

Meh. I think it can be both. Yes, there are people that dress “skimpy” because it’s hot outside and they are trying to stay cool but there are also people that dress for attention. There’s nothing wrong with dressing for attention and I think it’s dumb to deny that because it may make someone feel like they shouldn’t try to dress for attention if that’s what they want to do. I don’t care how anyone dresses because to each there own, but some people do dress in a provocative way because they simply want to be provocative. Who cares?

^ You stole the words out of my mouth. Some people do it for attention. Some do it for comfort. Some people lie in between. It’s all fucking okay.

It was her sheet she was talking about. She must’ve found a little tear on it but when she was looking for it to show me, she couldn’t find it. She was being very particular about searching though, carefully combing the edges of the sheet (I assume the tear is there somewhere) as much as a three year old can. It was cool to watch.

eliaes:

👏👏

Elizabeth just walked in here and told me, “The flea broke my blanket.”

what.

Saturday, August 30, 2014