Now, what can I offer you to drink? A cup of hot tea maybe? Great! One sugar -- or two?
Don't mind me...I'll be chugging back this nice cold Pepsi. Let me know if you want one too (you don't have to know me for very long to know that I am a Pepsi-Addict!).
Oh -- you probably want to see what I look like without a blue can stuck to my face. Here I am. My name is Andrea and I am a 29 year old mother of 2 adorable daughters. I am a wife to my husband of 6 years and I work part-time outside the home. I am a Christian and I love to spend time with friends -- both the real life ones and the "Friends" on the popular TV show. I, of course, love to blog and have been doing it for about 9 months. I also enjoy reading, crocheting, shopping and eating. I blog about my kids most of the time, but I also share about my own personal joys and struggles -- and there are a lot of those!
Here is a picture of my beautiful family. My hubby, Les, usually prefers I don't talk about him very much on my blog (and anything I do say has to be run by him first!), so I won't say too much now either. I'll just say that God has blessed me with a wonderful man who is a fabulous father to our young girls.
Here is my first born: my 4 year old daughter Joelle. She is a charming young girl who is blossoming before my very eyes. It seems like such a long time ago when she was first brought into this world. She has brought me so much love and joy! And my 'baby'...Malia (pronounced like Maria, but with an 'L'), who is 2 1/2 -- and in the beginning stages of potty-training. EEK!! This child is full of an energy that is like none other. She is a trouble-maker, but oh-so-sweet when she wraps her chubby little arms around my neck and proclaims her love for me! And there you have it. That is me and my family in a nut-shell. I'd love it if you'd stick around for a bit and get to know us better. The best place to start is probably reading my post with 100 things about me -- it's all you ever wanted to know about me (and more!).
Once you're gone, I'll be over to return the visit in a little bit -- just let me clean up these bread crumbs and take Malia to the potty one more time...