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Rob and I have been married 15 years. He is my hero. Rob is a Warrant Officer in the army. I so look up to this man. He is brilliant. I could not ask for a better husband or father. He is the spiritual leader of our family. I am so blessed to have this man in my life and thank God for him daily.
Michael is 17, I can not believe he is 17. He loves playing video games and anything to do with science. He also enjoys boyscouts and is currently a life scout.
Faith is my beautiful 13 year old little momma. She has wanted to help with children for years. She loves to sing and dance. I love how Faith is just Faith with no fear of what anyone else thinks.
Hope is my 10 year old baby girl who loves to take care of animals and organizing our house. She loves to clean on her terms. Not when asked just enjoys cleaning. She loves American Heritage Girls. Hope's dream in life is for daddy to retire so she can buy a horse.
Grace is 8 years old and is my special blessing. Grace was born at 2.12 pounds and was in a hurry to get here. She has been non stop since then. She loves being the baby and makes sure everyone knows it
Jason is 5 and a joy to be around. His favorite things to do are to help me clean up and to eat. If you ask him what he wants to do he says I want to go grocery shopping.
James is and a joy to be around. He loves to snuggle and be told that he is doing something right.
My precious newest blessing. Born September.
A C U is the newest addition to our family. She was a stray and found her way (through a friend) to our home. She is so adorable and the kids were instantly in love with her
When we bought our farm house (okay farm is not really true) we decided we would get chickens. My amazing hero agreed to 10 and some how we ended up with 21. I have been told that is called chicken math.
I have to be honest, I love my goats. If it was up to me I would have them walking around the house. We have two for milking and one for meat. Next year we should have three for milking. Although the thought of my baby girl getting pregnant is hard for me.