Hi! I’m Erica, and I absolutely adore sharing my life on this website with you! I come here almost daily to blab about all of the things related to being a regular wife and mother in today’s ever-evolving society. I share about our new home, what’s on our kitchen table, what we’re hanging in our closets, where we’re traveling to next, my crazy 5 a.m. work outs, how I make time for girlfriends, our faith, and much more. We always have a lot of balls in the air and somewhat thrive on the chaos. I believe in the power of story-telling as a form of inspiration and entertainment, so I’m here to do both! I was born and raised in north Alabama and recently re-planted roots here again after my husband transitioned out of the Army (he is now in the Reserve and it’s going so well!) I’m a super proud mom to three little girls (ages 7, 4, and 1) who seem to be the stars of the show around here (for good reason – they’re pretty great!) I’m so glad you found me and are here reading! I hope we can get to know each other here on the blog as well as Facebook and/or Instagram. xoxo
Weekly dinners and coffee dates with these three girls were my social highlights while living back in Madison last year. One of the most admirable traits of these girls is that they will literally drop anything to get together, and when a date and time is set to get together, no body backs out.
For example: I texted each of them Sunday, said that I was in town until Tuesday, and within TWO MINUTES had a text from each other them. I kid you not, within FIVE MINUTES they had talked and made dinner plans for Tuesday at 6 p.m. – Talk about making a girl feel good! They are very, very loyal friends that I am so, so lucky to have.
So here’s a little shout out to the three of you! Y’all were the first people to shed happy tears with me when I moved up my wedding date, some of the first to call with deployment comfort, and are my favorite girls to shed stress and drink a glass of wine with. I love y’all so stinkin’ much. We have shared so, so many highs and lows together, I couldn’t even begin to count them all.