We'll here we go again. I haven't blogged much in the last 2 1/2 years and I thought what the hell I'll start again.
So life has been hectic lately. I'm still in school (about to get my Associates in Liberal Arts), DH has an awesome new job as a lead/foreman with a solar installation company that totally rocks, and Logan is almost 4. WHAT really? Yep Logan will be 4 in exactly 10 days. Crazy I know! :)
March already has been packed and I'm really enjoying Logan at this age, while he has his days when he doesn't listen AT ALL (most commonly when he misses his nap) he's so entertaining to be around and is the brightest part of my day. We thought it was time we took a trip to Disneyland what with us living a meek 3 1/2 hours away in Central Cali it's not that big of a trip. We had a blast. :) I'll post pictures later.
After Disneyland we stayed at Camp Pendleton in Oceanside for 2 days, the marines there were so welcoming and gave Logan a personal tour of a tank, jeep and police car. We were staying there to attend the TAPS(Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors ... not The Atlantic Paranormal Society, lol) Good Grief Camp.
If you're not familiar with previous blogs or in case I never mentioned it, my brother was killed in Iraq in 2006. The camp was really hard for me, I always thought that as long as I didn't acknowledge his death in any way it wouldn't be true and having to say it in front of so many people was hard. Even typing this is hard. I miss him a lot.
Sunday the 6th was our final day in So Cal so we took advantage of it and took Logan to the San Diego zoo. All I can say is that those hills were KILLER, DH suggested I go to the zoo every day for a good work out and I told him I wouldn't mind living down there. :P
So that is that so far, I didn't intend to write so much on the get go but sometimes it just happens.
Oh I did forget to mention, we've been TTC again since July 2010. It's been a frustrating journey and I was finally diagnosed with PCOS in January of 2011. I'm currently taking Metformin and just started my first round of Clomid so wish me luck. I'm not really looking forward to a December baby but if it happens that way then oh well. :)