Two years ago I was lucky enough to marry this amazing man!
This was one of the best days of my life. I couldn't believe I got to keep him! I said it on our wedding day and I think it all the time... God really showed me how much he loved me when he gave me Josh.
He is a wonderful man, who loves the Lord, me, my family and is so selfless! He serves like crazy...my grandmother just said the other day "Hey, we need a few more Josh's around!"
With just 4 weeks till my due date we are finally done with baby girl's nursery! It was so much fun doing crafts and putting this all together with Josh. He was such a good helper through the entire thing and never complained about all the work I made him do. =)
Now once baby comes...I will add some pictures of her and us to the empty spots on the walls but for now this is what we came up with....
This last year has gone by so fast. Last week was officially one year that we have lived in New York...and so much has changed.
Moving here was a really hard decision for both of us. We prayed about it for the first entire year of our marriage. Should we leave Des Moines? Should we leave our jobs here? Our church? Tons of friends?
The decision was much harder for Josh. He had lived in Des Moines for eight years. He went to college in Des Moines, was heavily involved in our church for most of that time, was just three hours from his family in Kansas City and had great friends.
For me, it was still hard because of the relationships I had built there and I had really grown to love the city...but my heart was in Jersey with my family most of the time. It was so hard to be away from them and four day visits just never seemed like enough time. Us Italians are very close to our families and my prayer from the day I drove away from Jersey was to eventually have God lead me back.
This was floating around the internet and I had to share it...HA! It's funny...cause its all too true!!
Ugh! Five weeks left on Baby D!!
We are just six weeks out from Baby girl...so we are getting some little projects done around the house and putting some finishing touches on the nursery. Because yes...I am aware of the fact that I will have no time and be very tired for a while.
So our first little project was to update and make these beat black chairs we had not look terrible. I think we got them for like $10 bucks somewhere. They were boring and ugly
Hello friends! I am Lisa. Lover of Christ and family, a former television reporter, and a wife and mom who strives to live a healthy, toxic free lifestyle.