My name is Sarah and I am your new Tummy Time blogger! My husband and I are from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania yet we met while attending the University of South Carolina. It was a long way to go to meet when we grew up about fifteen minutes from one another. I played volleyball for the university and upon graduation moved to Austria to play professionally. After a year of professional volleyball in Europe, I came home to plan my wedding. We married in the fall of 2007 and a week after moved to Jacksonville and have been here ever since. I have a 15 month old son, Michael, and one on the way. I am most excited for Michael to have a sibling and to see the similarities and differences between them. It always amazes me to see siblings who look so much alike but are completely opposite in every other regard, and vice versa. Before the news of our baby, we added a new member to our family, Peaches our Pomeranian. Until Baby Boyle arrives, Peaches will serve as a great play buddy for Michael. My husband and I want a big family so news of another one on the way was warmly welcomed. I am excited to compare my pregnancies and share my experiences with you.
October 25th, 2010 Sarah
I have been a TummyTime blogger longer than I was pregnant with Maeve. I started blogging the week after my pregnancy test gave me a positive result, about five weeks into it. I captured my experiences, thoughts, concerns, and excitement …
October 22nd, 2010 Sarah
Last week the wives of my husband’s co-workers held a game night where we played Bunco for a few hours. Michael went over my neighbor’s house and I took Maeve with me. …
October 19th, 2010 Sarah
Maeve is a great sleeper. She has been since the day she was born. I nurse her while I read and sing to Michael. Once I tuck him into …
October 16th, 2010 Sarah
Recently my husband’s battalion held a Little Black Dress Night (LBDN) for the wives. Since our husbands are deployed, it was a women-only event. We had a blast!
I left Michael …
October 14th, 2010 Sarah
Two months after I gave birth to our two-year-old son, I chopped ten inches off the length of my hair. I felt like I needed a makeover and that’s how I satisfied my need.
I didn’t …