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Pittsburgh, United States
35 Y/O wife to Tim and mom to Emma,Noah,Caleb, Stella and 2 babies in Heaven.Trying to walk in the path of the Lord and carrying my family with me. I love our 1902 home we purchased more 10 years ago. It is constantly evolving and goes through whatever changes my little heart desires. I love vintage treasures and I'm always on the hunt for them! My hope is that this blog will be a constant scrapbook for my family and home,a place to make new friends and just somewhere to lay out my thoughts,even if they aren't beautiful or inspiring. XoXo-Nikki

Saturday, February 19, 2011


We are in for some changes around here. I'm a little excited but way nervous. After 6 months of working from home Tim starts a new job outside the home in a little over a week. That means I'm pretty much on my own with 4 kids all day during the work week. I'm not sure how to go about certain things that I've depended on him for but I suppose I'll figure it out. After all being a 1 car/1 driver family isn't easy! But I know this will make life better for us. He is such a hard worker who loves me so much! I'm very proud of him!

Vday flowers

My flowers and necklace for Valentines Day.

We had a little tease of Spring the past few days.It was wonderful. Highs in the upper 60's.We took walks and Caleb rode his new Buzz Lightyear bike.

Spring Fabric Wreath

This week also included but was not limited to:

  • Stella's 4 month check up.(We thought she was chunky but she's only 11lbs!)
  • The delivery of my new washer,dryer and dishwasher.
  • My first visit to a paint-your-own pottery studio.
  • A delicious meal of Gorgonzola and caramelized onion pork medallions with veggie pancakes.
  • Finally checking out what a 31 party is all about.(Emma got a lunch bag,I got an organizer)
  • Helping Josie pick out paint colors for her house.

I'm not sure what this week will bring. Hopefully just a little more down time with my guy before he begins this new career.He wants big things for our family of 6. I'm so proud of him. I really am. Who'd of thought this is the young little family that started out in a $300 a month whole in the wall?
Speaking of work,I went back too. I don't know why. I certainly don't have to. I wasn't even planning on going back. Maybe I did it to tie up some loose ends. I don't know. We'll see how long this lasts.

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