A lot of fun things have been going on in our neck of the woods:
Last month our blog made it into the top 25 Southern California Blogs over at Circle of Moms. This was all because of your support and your clicks, so thank you! This blog is a huge creative outlet for me and I’m so grateful for all of your support.
Next month, our family’s adoption story is going to be in Kiwi Magazine. Pretty cool, right? It’s an awesome magazine that not only uses one of my favorite fruits as the title, but also focuses on healthy living for families. w00t!
Yesterday, I was interviewed by a freelance writer for VegNews Magazine. VegNews is THE magazine for vegetarian living, so it was pretty exciting. They’re thinking of doing an article on how vegan diets have changed people’s lives. I was honored they asked to talk with me, and glad to share my story with the hope that it may help someone else out there who is going through the same thing. I’m not sure if I’ll make it into the article (I’ll keep you all updated), but it was exciting to even be considered.
Big T and I have been doing some serious talking over here, and we’ve decided that teaching jobs are impossible to find right now. The other day I was asked to photograph a wedding, and this got the wheels turning and we decided to get back into wedding photography again. I’m feeling inspired and really excited about this! I loved being able to photograph weddings and am looking forward to doing it again. So, if you know anyone looking for a CHEAP but hard working and dedicated photographer for their wedding, please send them my way!
And in more serious news, Little T is going to be getting some testing done in two weeks. It’s a precaution to make sure he didn’t have any seizures in the womb that may be causing his hypertonia. I’ve been reassured by every professional that we’ve talked to that they doubt they will find anything, but Big T and I are still nervous. I can hardly hold it together on the phone when they call and give me instructions about sedating Little T for the test, making sure he doesn’t eat beforehand, and all of that serious stuff. Keep us in your thoughts and cross your fingers for us please because it’s going to be a hard day.
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I hope you all have a beautiful day. 🙂