Here we are!  Isn’t this picture sweet?

About three seconds after it was taken Q’s diaper leaked on my sweater and CeCe threw an epic tantrum.

The hottie (and lone male) in the picture is my hubby Jer, sometimes refered to as Mr. Baby Daddy around these parts.Aside from being super handsome, MBD is a neat freak and pretty handy with a nail gun and paint brush. When he’s not installing light fixtures or changing diapers, he is a Student Ministries Pastor (middle school through college age) and DEVOTED fan of the Denver Broncos.

That’s me beside Mr. Baby Daddy. You can just call me B…or Brooke…or anything really…just don’t call me short. I am a stay-at-home mom to two two-year old girls. In my spare time (aka- nap time) I keep myself busy with our house renovation and telling people about how artificial dyes almost sent me to an early grave.  Seriously.

We moved into our humble abode October 11, 2011 and have been painting and primping ever since. It’s been so much fun to take a boring, basic house and make it our HOME.  Check out the House Tour page to see our progress.

Let me introduce you to the comedian and most charming toddler you will ever meet (other than your own child, of course)…

We adopted Quincy I was 5 1/2 month pregnant with CeCe. She is a ball of energy and a whole lot of fun! She is most definitely a strong willed child with lots of wonderful qualities. She LOVES music and is already showing great potential of being a stand up comic when she grows up (every mother’s dream right?). She also has the vocabulary of a 10 year old…it is not uncommon for me to forget someone’s name and have to ask Q…it’s really pretty amazing what this little firecracker’s brain remembers! I’m thinking that she can be a neurosurgeon by day, stand-up comic by night.

I am so thankful to be her mommy…she makes our lives so rich and brings us so much JOY!

And now for Miss CeCe ( a whopping 4 months younger than her sister)

After struggling with infertility for 3 years, God blessed us with our little CeCe via In Vitro Fertilization. Her first year was pretty difficult…colic and really bad acid reflux made for lots and lots and lots of tears.  I am so happy to be able to now say that she is a happy and sweet little girl. She’s my kindhearted introvert who is the yin to Q’s extroverted yang.  But, just because she’s introverted doesn’t mean she’s not busy…she started walking at 9 1/2 months and hasn’t stopped climbing and jumping off couches since…be on the look out for this one to be swinging from the uneven bars in the 2024 Olympics.

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