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Diana

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Shortly after marrying Chad at her dream wedding in Walt Disney World, Diana left the life she knew in Illinois {not Chicago} and moved to the suburbs of Houston, Texas. Nearly four years later, thanks to IVF, she was able to trade in her work clothes and Office Manager title at a large hospital system for yoga pants to manage their household. Just prior to daughter Charleigh June’s first birthday she found out their FET was successful and was expecting TWINS! Fast forward 33 weeks later, twins Campbelle and Coleson were born after a whirlwind morning one Friday the Thirteenth, making them a family of five. Not long after the twins first birthday, Chad, a manager in the construction industry, accepted a position in Atlanta; uprooting their family of five people, three cats {two visually impaired}, two dogs {one hearing impaired}, and what seemed like a thousand boxes to Senoia, Georgia. Diana is passionate about infertility and animal rescue, sarcastic, and brutally honest. On the rare occasions she not chasing toddlers she enjoys shopping, music, cooking, reading, traveling to Walt Disney World, St. Louis Cardinals baseball, wine, long baths, and sleeping.
A Different Kind of Normal

Finding a Different Kind of Normal After Loss

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When our small private school opened with face-to-face learning on August 6th, 2020 I was certain things were about to get better. My twins were finally starting school, and I was going to get...
What I Am

Who I Am

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As my children get older and life gets more hectic, I find that I am making excuses for my shortcomings. Believe me when I say those shortcomings are plentiful. I think at some point,...
Pets are Not Gifts

Pets are Not Gifts

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During the holiday season, we think about wish lists and finding the perfect gift for our loved ones. One gift that may seem perfect, can actually cause more harm than good. Little Johnny has wanted...
Steppin’ Out

Steppin’ Out

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I tend to be a fairly introverted person and making new friends has never been easy for me. I prefer to peruse social media, spend time with my family, curl up with a good...
Digital Love: Thankful for FaceTime

Digital Love: Thankful for FaceTime

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Since Grandparents' Day was last Sunday, I find myself looking back on all the memories I have of my grandparents. I was lucky, though I only had two surviving grandparents (one from each side...
Float On

Float On

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I remember a few short months ago I was anxiously awaiting summer break - anticipating a relaxing break from the early mornings and stress of being somewhere at a certain time. Little did I...
Confessions of a Germaphobe

Confessions of a Germaphobe

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My name is Diana, and I'm a germaphobe. I have been since I was a child, and it's only worsened since I had my kids of my own.  Growing up, I was the kid that...
I've got a Feelin'

I’ve Got a Feelin’

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Growing up I always had a gut feeling that if I ever got pregnant I would have twins. You see, twins run on both sides of my family.  In fact, my mom has a...
One is Silver the other Gold

One is Silver and the other Gold

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When you're younger you don't think much about the worth of your friends, but once you hit a certain age everything is put into perspective. In the last year, I've been reminded multiple times...
Unbelievable:: The Move

Unbelievable :: The Move

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We've all been there - a day, week, road trip, or vacation that is such a disaster it's practically unbelievable. Occasionally it contains something so embarrassing that you are ashamed to tell others about...