Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Two Things Tuesday- Kids

I'm so glad we've passed Monday and have skipped right on by to Tuesday! This week, will be very busy for me, but I plugging right along.

Last night I went and watched Frozen with two of my favorite little guys, Sam and Joe!
Sam is finally becoming a snuggler with me and will sit on my lap, which hasn't always been the case for him. It was so good to see my friend Tiffany and her boys last night. Besides a little popcorn, and Frozen is not a bad deal either.

Second, Drew and I are at this stage in our marriage where we are deciding if we want to start a family.we love the kids and think they are absolutely wonderful, but we are trying to pay off our student loans and that is really inhibiting us from getting anywhere in life.
While you wouldn't think that student loans would keep people from having children, the house and "American dream", it really is. We also have to talk with the doctors at the end of this month, to talk about my medication and what that would mean for me. So, if you're reading this and you have kids, know that you are really blessed. Until then, we will keep on loving other people's kids and wait until it's our turn. 

Happy Tuesday!!!

Q: Do you have kids? If not, do you want kids?

7 comments:

Bari said...

You can have mine - complete with the senior year angst and upcoming massive amounts of student loan debt.

Karen Seal said...
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Karen Seal said...

No kids here yet! :) I hear you on the student loans...it took us a few years to pay Jason's off, but we finally did it! Everything will work out in the right timing...I'm learning to trust that more and more these days! :)

mindy @ just a one girl revolution. said...

While I fully accept this may change if I ever find myself a man, at this stage in my life I am 100% content being Aunt Mindy. I get to enjoy the fun parts of having kids without the expense and responsibility!

Sarah said...

I have the student loan debt, I'm not quite ready for teens. Can we talk infant first?

Sarah said...

Oh, trust is so hard, but you're so right. It feels good to knock them out, but I feel like it's going to take forever!!!

Sarah said...

Ha! So true. No expense, no responsibility are huge bonuses!! It will happen in its season. For now, I'll have to be content with other people's children.