dementia-luna:

I want to follow every last one of you

dilaurentisliar:

okay so I want to follow more Pretty Little Liars blogs, so if you are just that, can you reblog this so I can check you out and follow you? If this reads awkward to you, it’s because I feel awkward asking omfg

I found Wren on New Girl!!

Haha. This is so me. I am a mother of 2 who works full time. When I come home I just want to cuddle and play with the babies.

My dog does not like to lay on the wet ground. So he sits in a chair. Too funny.

sethswifey08:

I want to be pregnant again. If I had known that pregnancy was the only time I was going to have our little man, I would have happily stayed pregnant forever. Lord, I miss my squirmy mini monkey.

To all the women who have unplanned/unwanted pregnancy.  Please consider all your options. Life is life at conception. And there are plenty of parents who struggle with the ability to have children. Sadly, there are those you have faced many losses. If you are unable to love the child you have been blessed with consider those who will. Also, be smart about your birth control options. sethswifey08:

I want to be pregnant again. If I had known that pregnancy was the only time I was going to have our little man, I would have happily stayed pregnant forever. Lord, I miss my squirmy mini monkey.

To all the women who have unplanned/unwanted pregnancy.  Please consider all your options. Life is life at conception. And there are plenty of parents who struggle with the ability to have children. Sadly, there are those you have faced many losses. If you are unable to love the child you have been blessed with consider those who will. Also, be smart about your birth control options.

sethswifey08:

I want to be pregnant again. If I had known that pregnancy was the only time I was going to have our little man, I would have happily stayed pregnant forever. Lord, I miss my squirmy mini monkey.

To all the women who have unplanned/unwanted pregnancy. Please consider all your options. Life is life at conception. And there are plenty of parents who struggle with the ability to have children. Sadly, there are those you have faced many losses. If you are unable to love the child you have been blessed with consider those who will. Also, be smart about your birth control options.

My hair is getting long. Debating on cutting it for locks of love. Since it is natural blonde they will take it but then I would have to cut 8 in off. I don’t know what to do guys.

hellagoodhair:

chilewebeopuntocom:

Arte

my hands can’t even open water bottles


Wow just wow.

hellagoodhair:

chilewebeopuntocom:

Arte

my hands can’t even open water bottles

Wow just wow.

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-redcoat:

This is one of the best theory videos I have ever watched. I’m not really a big fan of the “Aria is A” theory but this video made me think a lot.

I wish this would have been longer. I don’t necessarily agree that Aria is A but this video is great.

Yeah. Mean Girls! !!

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I have a ton of baby stuff for sale. A complete nursery room set for $200. Message me if you are interested. You must be local.

sethswifey08:

After 2 miscarriages and 5 years of trying to start a family, we were blessed with a 3rd pregnancy. A surprise one to boot!! I had no idea I was pregnant! I was absolutely terrified we would love this baby as well. I had kind of lost faith in my body and it’s ability to carry a child to term. We prayed fervently for this baby, as we did for the others, but this time the prayer had changed. Along with the prayer to protect this pregnancy and this baby, there was an additional prayer to trust in God’s plan for this baby and for the strength to love our child each and every day that we were blessed with it. Whether it was 2 more days, 4 weeks, or a lifetime - I needed the strength and ability to trust God’s path for this child and our lives. Gos gave me this child to love and I wanted to love it to the fullest each and every day I was blessed with him (though I didn’t know it was a him yet).

Once we got past the 12 week scary phase, my anxiety settled…a little. I still used my at home Doppler very regularly for reassurance. Once he started moving it settled a little more, though I got panicked when his movements would slow down or cease for a day. When we found out he was in fact a boy, my husband and I rejoiced and announced his name right away. People asked “what if he doesn’t look like a Silas when he comes out?” Our first son has been Silas for 5 years now, why would it change? And we felt we needed to call him by his name. So he became Silas and we always called him Silas. As we began Bradley birthing classes, I started to have more faith in my body’s ability to do what it was made to do. I was determined to have this little guy with no meds and as little intervention as possible. God designed me for this and I wanted to experience it the way He intended. Well, I went to 42 weeks and at that point we weren’t comfortable continuing on (though I may have gone into labor on my own that evening, who knows). So we entered the hospital to start induction. My body didn’t handle the pain and stress of contractions very well. I tremble when I’m in pain or under stress and this trembling seemed to lead to these guttural “I have to push” contractions. At 6 centimeters. I was so defeated by my body again. What happened next was an utter nightmare and tragedy struck at 8 am on Saturday September 13th, 2014.

I find so much comfort in this verse from 2 Samuel. My entire pregnancy with Silas, I prayed that I would love our child each day I had with him regardless of how long that was. Though I never dreamed our time together would end at birth, I did indeed love him with every breath I took for 42 weeks. I still love him with every breath I take - full and unbridled love that leaves me choking on my breath at times. God gave us this child and Silas was His from conception. He had a much bigger plan for our little man than we could ever hope for him here. He is God’s perfect angel! He is waiting for his daddy and me to come and meet him, but it only seems like a long time to us. Silas’s waiting period will only be a moment in time for him and through tears and sorrow, I praise God that “his whole life, he will belong to the Lord”.

My best friend just lost her baby. I love her very much. This is her story. sethswifey08:

After 2 miscarriages and 5 years of trying to start a family, we were blessed with a 3rd pregnancy. A surprise one to boot!! I had no idea I was pregnant! I was absolutely terrified we would love this baby as well. I had kind of lost faith in my body and it’s ability to carry a child to term. We prayed fervently for this baby, as we did for the others, but this time the prayer had changed. Along with the prayer to protect this pregnancy and this baby, there was an additional prayer to trust in God’s plan for this baby and for the strength to love our child each and every day that we were blessed with it. Whether it was 2 more days, 4 weeks, or a lifetime - I needed the strength and ability to trust God’s path for this child and our lives. Gos gave me this child to love and I wanted to love it to the fullest each and every day I was blessed with him (though I didn’t know it was a him yet).

Once we got past the 12 week scary phase, my anxiety settled…a little. I still used my at home Doppler very regularly for reassurance. Once he started moving it settled a little more, though I got panicked when his movements would slow down or cease for a day. When we found out he was in fact a boy, my husband and I rejoiced and announced his name right away. People asked “what if he doesn’t look like a Silas when he comes out?” Our first son has been Silas for 5 years now, why would it change? And we felt we needed to call him by his name. So he became Silas and we always called him Silas. As we began Bradley birthing classes, I started to have more faith in my body’s ability to do what it was made to do. I was determined to have this little guy with no meds and as little intervention as possible. God designed me for this and I wanted to experience it the way He intended. Well, I went to 42 weeks and at that point we weren’t comfortable continuing on (though I may have gone into labor on my own that evening, who knows). So we entered the hospital to start induction. My body didn’t handle the pain and stress of contractions very well. I tremble when I’m in pain or under stress and this trembling seemed to lead to these guttural “I have to push” contractions. At 6 centimeters. I was so defeated by my body again. What happened next was an utter nightmare and tragedy struck at 8 am on Saturday September 13th, 2014.

I find so much comfort in this verse from 2 Samuel. My entire pregnancy with Silas, I prayed that I would love our child each day I had with him regardless of how long that was. Though I never dreamed our time together would end at birth, I did indeed love him with every breath I took for 42 weeks. I still love him with every breath I take - full and unbridled love that leaves me choking on my breath at times. God gave us this child and Silas was His from conception. He had a much bigger plan for our little man than we could ever hope for him here. He is God’s perfect angel! He is waiting for his daddy and me to come and meet him, but it only seems like a long time to us. Silas’s waiting period will only be a moment in time for him and through tears and sorrow, I praise God that “his whole life, he will belong to the Lord”.

My best friend just lost her baby. I love her very much. This is her story. sethswifey08:

After 2 miscarriages and 5 years of trying to start a family, we were blessed with a 3rd pregnancy. A surprise one to boot!! I had no idea I was pregnant! I was absolutely terrified we would love this baby as well. I had kind of lost faith in my body and it’s ability to carry a child to term. We prayed fervently for this baby, as we did for the others, but this time the prayer had changed. Along with the prayer to protect this pregnancy and this baby, there was an additional prayer to trust in God’s plan for this baby and for the strength to love our child each and every day that we were blessed with it. Whether it was 2 more days, 4 weeks, or a lifetime - I needed the strength and ability to trust God’s path for this child and our lives. Gos gave me this child to love and I wanted to love it to the fullest each and every day I was blessed with him (though I didn’t know it was a him yet).

Once we got past the 12 week scary phase, my anxiety settled…a little. I still used my at home Doppler very regularly for reassurance. Once he started moving it settled a little more, though I got panicked when his movements would slow down or cease for a day. When we found out he was in fact a boy, my husband and I rejoiced and announced his name right away. People asked “what if he doesn’t look like a Silas when he comes out?” Our first son has been Silas for 5 years now, why would it change? And we felt we needed to call him by his name. So he became Silas and we always called him Silas. As we began Bradley birthing classes, I started to have more faith in my body’s ability to do what it was made to do. I was determined to have this little guy with no meds and as little intervention as possible. God designed me for this and I wanted to experience it the way He intended. Well, I went to 42 weeks and at that point we weren’t comfortable continuing on (though I may have gone into labor on my own that evening, who knows). So we entered the hospital to start induction. My body didn’t handle the pain and stress of contractions very well. I tremble when I’m in pain or under stress and this trembling seemed to lead to these guttural “I have to push” contractions. At 6 centimeters. I was so defeated by my body again. What happened next was an utter nightmare and tragedy struck at 8 am on Saturday September 13th, 2014.

I find so much comfort in this verse from 2 Samuel. My entire pregnancy with Silas, I prayed that I would love our child each day I had with him regardless of how long that was. Though I never dreamed our time together would end at birth, I did indeed love him with every breath I took for 42 weeks. I still love him with every breath I take - full and unbridled love that leaves me choking on my breath at times. God gave us this child and Silas was His from conception. He had a much bigger plan for our little man than we could ever hope for him here. He is God’s perfect angel! He is waiting for his daddy and me to come and meet him, but it only seems like a long time to us. Silas’s waiting period will only be a moment in time for him and through tears and sorrow, I praise God that “his whole life, he will belong to the Lord”.

My best friend just lost her baby. I love her very much. This is her story.

sethswifey08:

After 2 miscarriages and 5 years of trying to start a family, we were blessed with a 3rd pregnancy. A surprise one to boot!! I had no idea I was pregnant! I was absolutely terrified we would love this baby as well. I had kind of lost faith in my body and it’s ability to carry a child to term. We prayed fervently for this baby, as we did for the others, but this time the prayer had changed. Along with the prayer to protect this pregnancy and this baby, there was an additional prayer to trust in God’s plan for this baby and for the strength to love our child each and every day that we were blessed with it. Whether it was 2 more days, 4 weeks, or a lifetime - I needed the strength and ability to trust God’s path for this child and our lives. Gos gave me this child to love and I wanted to love it to the fullest each and every day I was blessed with him (though I didn’t know it was a him yet).

Once we got past the 12 week scary phase, my anxiety settled…a little. I still used my at home Doppler very regularly for reassurance. Once he started moving it settled a little more, though I got panicked when his movements would slow down or cease for a day. When we found out he was in fact a boy, my husband and I rejoiced and announced his name right away. People asked “what if he doesn’t look like a Silas when he comes out?” Our first son has been Silas for 5 years now, why would it change? And we felt we needed to call him by his name. So he became Silas and we always called him Silas. As we began Bradley birthing classes, I started to have more faith in my body’s ability to do what it was made to do. I was determined to have this little guy with no meds and as little intervention as possible. God designed me for this and I wanted to experience it the way He intended. Well, I went to 42 weeks and at that point we weren’t comfortable continuing on (though I may have gone into labor on my own that evening, who knows). So we entered the hospital to start induction. My body didn’t handle the pain and stress of contractions very well. I tremble when I’m in pain or under stress and this trembling seemed to lead to these guttural “I have to push” contractions. At 6 centimeters. I was so defeated by my body again. What happened next was an utter nightmare and tragedy struck at 8 am on Saturday September 13th, 2014.

I find so much comfort in this verse from 2 Samuel. My entire pregnancy with Silas, I prayed that I would love our child each day I had with him regardless of how long that was. Though I never dreamed our time together would end at birth, I did indeed love him with every breath I took for 42 weeks. I still love him with every breath I take - full and unbridled love that leaves me choking on my breath at times. God gave us this child and Silas was His from conception. He had a much bigger plan for our little man than we could ever hope for him here. He is God’s perfect angel! He is waiting for his daddy and me to come and meet him, but it only seems like a long time to us. Silas’s waiting period will only be a moment in time for him and through tears and sorrow, I praise God that “his whole life, he will belong to the Lord”.

My best friend just lost her baby. I love her very much. This is her story.

Decided to go natural today. Just a little eyeliner (from yesterday). I usually straighten my hair but I thought I would let the curls show. Sometimes it is too much work to get ready everyday. And I enjoy taking it easy.

Anonymous Asked
QuestionFrom the few pics of yourself you have posted you have cute clothes. Where do you shop? And can you post more pics of clothes? Answer

I mainly shop at Thrift stores. Lol, no joke. I also shop at Walmart. When I go for groceries I take a look at clearance. Also, I love rue 21. I get on amiclubwear.com a lot too. But majority of my clothes are clearance, unless it is for a special event or date night with my husband, then I don’t even look at price tags.

So I was thinking, maybe Bethany wasn’t killed the night Ali went missing. Maybe Melissa actually buried someone else. Think about it, the body was dug up and moved. A had it for a while. Maybe the body that was placed on the Halloween Train was Bethany’s. And A still has the original body that was killed.

Question is who could that be? There are tons of theories that someone had a twin. Perhaps that is who actually dies the night Ali went missing.

Just a thought.