On jigg’s birthday, the only thing he asked for was a custom card thanking his mom for bringing him into this world. I fall in love with him more and more each day. <3
jigg and I will be on vacation this weekend, so I’m posting this early. Happy Mother’s Day to all the Moms and Moms-to-be! Materials: Cardstock of your choice. I used this (cut in half). Heart shaped hole puncher. I think I got mine for $1 at Michael’s. 6 inch string or ribbon. Step 1: Fold […]
Be careful asking people what’s going on in their lives. I try not to ask acquaintances what’s going on in their lives anymore. The last time I did that, the person told me that she was recovering from chemotherapy, getting over her divorce, and hoping to find a job after being out of work for […]
jigg’s parents have never told jigg that they love him; but they tell their grandson (jigg’s nephew) they love him all the time.
I’m not making up the stat for the cost of raising a kid (click here for source).
Although jigg and I don’t plan on having children for a while, we have already began formulating our united strategy on how to raise our kids. We’ve discussed everything from Western versus Eastern style of parenting (Read Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mom) to what the most advantageous month of the year is to give […]
As I plan this wedding, I realize that a huge part of the decision making process involves filtering people – either in or out. For example, the people you ask to be in your bridal party, invite as your guests, or follow-up with if they don’t RSVP in time…versus the people you don’t. Although not […]
jigg and I got married in a civil ceremony at the Staten Island City Hall. My mom and aunt, jigg’s parents, sister, brother-in-law, and best friend attended the small ceremony.