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Subject: Working From Home
As many of you have seen in my profile, I am a marketing executive for a company that is internatiodally known as the Wellness Company. I set up accounts for people that want to be apart of this awesome company. I want to tell you about my exciting new job! I need your feedback, so if you're interested, check out my site at: brandibryant.fourpointconsultants.com. Fill out the contact form so I can set up an appointment with you and go over what I do and whether or not youareinterested. This company that I work with is a phenominal company. They've been around for more than 20 years and I love being apart of what they do. Feel free to contact me if you'd like to know more!
Subject: Terrible 2's, Morning Sickness and More Randomness
I need to really lay off Discovery Health Channel. Lol. They've got me all psyched up and anxious. Lol. Nathaniel is having tantrums already. Throw himself on the floor, kicking and screaming blue bloody murder when he doesn't get his way. It's quite unnerving to say the least. I hope God smiles on us when this new baby is born and we can have a good, quiet baby and Nathaniel's terrible two's will be over and done with. Yeah right... Knowing my fate, I'm gonna have a drama queen daught or another attention-seeking son and Nathaniel's terrible two's will be in full swing. I love my baby boy though. Amidst all the tantrums and biting and pickiness, he is so sweet and loving. Today, he was sitting by me and he just randomly pushes his little lips on my face for a kiss. Total toddler sweetness. We bought him some toys yesterday and he's obsessed with his Leap Frog Ride-On Train. I swear he played with it for an hour this morning and that is totally not like Nathaniel to just hang on to a toy like that. He also has an ABC Catterpillar and he came in my room this morning and was rolling it on me saying, "Mommy, mommy! Go? Go? Pay? Pay?" He wanted me to "Go" which is his word for get up and "Pay" meaning play. So, we snuggled and giggled and tickled for awhile. I took the nurses' advice at the Doctor's office and bought Flintstone vitamins instead of taking prenatal vitamins. It's been wonderful! No more of that burning in my stomach, and it seems to be helping a little with my nausea. Weird. Tomorrow, Louis and I are going out for the evening. Yay! I so totally look forward to that! No babies, no loudness, no having to worry about feeding Nathaniel and whether or not he'll throw his dinner on the floor. Just a nice quiet evening with just us and our little one of course, even though she's just a wee little thing. I refer to the unborn baby as "she." Wishful thinking, maybe? But, really. I don't care what we have. Boy or girl, it just better be big and strong and healthy. That's really all I want. I am trying to come up with names for a girl. Haven't officially decided on one yet. I like Noah Emanuel Joseph for a boy. Very elegant and manly, I think. I like either Noah or Nicholas. Either way, they both go with my two middle names. Well, I'm actually tired, so I think I'll go to bed. Thanks for reading!
Subject: First Post; Woohoo!
Well, I decided to start a blog on the Zone. Yay for me. But I have a lot to say and I think at least a few of you will find it interesting and maybe amusing at times.
For those of you who don't know much about me:
I'm a stay-at-home wife and mother to a wonderful family and I'm pregnant with our second child due in late September early October. We live in the high desert in Southern California in a centrally-located spacious apartment. We are a Non-denominational Christian biracial family and are just trying to live life one day at a time. I absolutely love writing, reading, word games and puzzles. I love music of many many genres, some obscure, some popular. I love food laughter and a little cynical black humor. I miss my mom who just passed away from ovarian cancer in October. She was a wonderful, caring person who kind of adopted me when I was eleven and I truly believe that she is my son's Guardian angel. His Nana will always be watching the good things that happen in our family, and I know for a fact she had a chat with God about giving us another baby. She loved babies, roses, God, books, the beach, teaching kids with disabilities, traveling, helping others and her family. She was a strong, determined woman who fought every battle in her life with an affirmative sense of courage and strength that nobody could fathom and that included her battle with cancer. When she was dying, I told her that by her going to Heaven, she had won her battle, and what more could anyone ask for than to be somewhere other than this crazy mixed-up world? I am hoping to instill some of her values and her precious memory in to my children so that they can know what a truly marvelous Nana they had. I want my children to have a different life than I had. My life was a hard one. My biological parents did drugs and we all had to face the consequences of that; my siblings and I. I don't speak to any of my biological family, and it's kind of a relief to not have to deal with their drama. I am getting sleepy now, so I will write more later. But, enjoy this little bit I have here, and take what you can from it.