Sunday, June 28, 2009

ohh just a few things.

I don't have a kid, but I love kid products.

I found a cool one. Rockabye Baby.

It's lullaby's for babies. But they're rock songs. And they're turned into lullaby's.

Sounds odd, right? But I promise it's cool.

Click here to hear some excerpts.

I fully intend on playing Hey Jude (the lullaby version) for our babes.

Heck, I might even play it for myself to fall asleep to. Who knows?! :)


In other news, I've quit packing.

I think that, if I ignore the packing-process, it will all just go away.

And maybe .. just maybe, my things will pack themselves. Who knows?! :)


Today I went to the Jeep lot, and I found the car I love.

Turns out, it's a lot shorter than I thought!

Which is a heckuva great thing.

It's a 2008. It comes with a warranty. It's the only Patriot on the lot.


I want it.

We might buy it. Who knows?! :)


Today was the Patriotic Service at church!

My very first one as a military wife...

and let me say: It was hard to get through.

Especially when they show videos of wives crying over their husbands' casket.

I mean really.

Then I had to stand up. Since I'm a military wife, and all. And then I sort of lost it.

But thankfully, my "mentor" Becky gave me funny Pug tissues before the service!

Thank God for her. Literally.


  1. How neat that it is just your size! Fun!

  2. perfect for putting a baby in the backseat...

    (shh don't tell anyone I said that!)

  3. I need my friends to pop out some babies so I can buy them those Rockabye Baby CDs. Those are too fantastic.

  4. omg, AREN'T THEY?!?!?! ahhhh. :] They're amazing.

  5. I saw the baby music on Matt's blog! How cool!:D

  6. yeah!! that's where I got it from!! he's so super cool.

    but the ipod story? that was too sad :[ really now. ahhh :[

  7. love that jeep. love it. love the lullabys too, you know. :)

  8. I love the jeep. Where do you go to church, I've been looking for one that does a military service!

  9. In our new city, we go to Liberty Baptist Church, but back home in Kentucky we were members at Living Hope Baptist Church, where we met! :)