I am a stay-at-home mom with 2 boys and 1 girl. That's what most people see when they look at me. But I am more than that. And so is every stay-at-home mom. I am a gamer, hooked on pinterest, massively disorganized despite my extreme efforts, love to read and I'm a outgoing homebody.
I have a degree in Biology, with an emphasis on cell biology, from Texas A&M. I am one class short of a chemistry minor, but that's only because inorganic chemistry scared me so much I refused to take it. Put me in front of a microscope and I am the happiest person in the world.
I was raised as an Air Force brat and still think it's the best military branch in the world. When I turn 8yrs old my dad was transferred to Germany, where I met my husband. I loved Germany, and still think of it as a home.
Currently, I am a Children's ministry director for the toddlers and the Care ministry director at my church. These are both volunteer positions, and I don't mind that.
My greatest job is my family. My family is quirky, and funny and completely drives me up the wall. I hate politics, so please don't ask me about that. My views on life are live and let live. The only time I will not approve of another person, is if their actions hurt my family, or if it goes against God and what he states in the Bible.
I can be a 'bulldog' when it comes to my people (i.e. anyone I love). I am a very passionate person who feels deeply. I think my oldest gets his sensory issues from me, I hate dirt and anything slimy; My middle one gets his outgoing ways from me; and my daughter has inherited all of my drama. I homeschool them all according to their abilities. Most day I like it; I really despise being on another persons schedule, or having other tell me what I have to do with my children.
I will never be 'normal' and it's taken a while, but I'm ok with that. Because of my differences, I'm unique. No one else has gone though the same things I have and I haven't experienced what you have. And you're experiences make you special too.