A few weeks ago I shared some of my 2015 resolutions. So far, I am happy to say that I’ve stuck to each one of those. Isn’t it funny how some people make resolutions for one thing or another, not really committing to them, and by the second week in, it’s already over. If there’s one thing I’ve learned through my life it’s that if you are seeking change in your life, you have to want it. You have to believe it. You have to live it each day. Commit to it and move forward. But, it can be a struggle each day to stick with that commitment. I have also learned this. I hope you’ve stuck with your New Years resolutions and continue to live them each day!
When I first committed to being gluten free, I had no idea what was in store for my family. I didn’t know what was in store for the boy. But, after watching him for 2 and a 1/2 years I knew that something needed to change. So for us, going gluten free was the only option. We watched in amazement as we saw him light up. It was like he came out of his shell. He started sleeping. His constant tummy issues stopped. Those nasty black circles under his eyes disappeared. His moods stabilized and he became himself. We were elated that changing something as simple as his diet could unlock his door. That was just the beginning for the boy and we’ve never looked back. Continue reading “Gluten & Dairy Free French Toast”
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Happy New Year!
Wow … what a year 2014 was! Is it just me, but does a year seem to fly by for everyone out there? Now that I have two very busy kids, and well, a very busy life, I realize that a year is not a long time at all. Sometimes I wish I could freeze time. Instead, I have learned to live each moment of each day. I have learned to appreciate what I’ve got in front of me right now and not to always want something more. That’s a tough one … the wanting part. But, I try to keep my life in perspective each day and I realize that always wanting something more or different teaches you to not appreciate … life. Everyday when I tuck my kiddies in at night, I look at them and I tell them I love you. Sometimes I’m that creepy Mom who sneaks into their rooms after they’re asleep and I sit there on the edge of the bed and just watch them sleep. Taking this time reminds me of how blessed I am to have them as my children. Even though there are times during the day, when the screaming is happening, or the arguing is intense between them, I am so thankful that we have them. I am blessed to have this super tight family. We love each other and hubby and I do our best to teach our children to love and respect each other. Yes, somedays the lesson is harder to teach than others, but we do our best! So, watching them sleep at night is my moment where I can just appreciate what I’ve got, right in front of me. I love being that creepy Mom. Continue reading “Here’s to 2015”
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