Tuesday, July 2, 2013
Friday, April 26, 2013
But here we are 6 months into it and I LOVE it. My family and I are learning more about what our bodies can and can not take. I started a new get fit journey and loving it. Our now 4 year old son has had medical issues which hospitalized him for a bit. Today he is doing very well. Our daughter turned 7 a little before arriving here, she has made tons of friends. My husband is traveling and making money so he's happy lol.
I hope I can continue to blog about our journey while living here but I'm not making any promises to myself.
Friday, August 31, 2012
So earlier this week I have decided to start the CG method after being natural for 3months come Aug 1st 2012. The CG Method promotes no poo hair meaning no shampoo. Instead I have found a new cleansing method using baking soda, apple cider vinegar and water. I simply LOVED it and will continue this no poo journey with mine and my daughters hair. Since we will be deploying overseas this came at a perfect time. I know some of the things available in the states will not be there. My next task is to find out what my curl pattern is so I can find the right products for me. I personally would like to find out by buying every product i think will work.
Thursday, July 26, 2012
So it has been awhile since my last blog post. I've been thinking about posting but just didn't feel like it to be honest. Since my last post soooo much has changed we are currently stationed in DC. We added an addition to our family (Our Lab Mix) Mizzou.
Things to come...
Moving out of our current place soon and going into temporary military housing. Europe is our next stop Yayy. Ana will be turning 7 y/o and starting 2 grade.
Friday, December 2, 2011
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