Sometimes you just need a ride in the tractor with your guy and a good cry. Let me elaborate why I needed a good cry on Ty’s shoulder…⬇️ I had just gotten back from South Dakota where I visited my grandparents – my dad’s folks – and I needed some time to decompress, so IContinue reading “Road Trip to South Dakota”
I thought motherhood broke me. Removed my very being and created someone I didn’t even know; created someone I thought I didn’t want to be. The freedoms I lost. The identity crisis I felt. The overwhelming realization that human beings on this planet were relying on ME to care for them. Feed them. Clothe themContinue reading “Rural Rooted”
I promise I have not forgotten about my sweet Mila Joy and the parts that go along with her birth and my mental health story. I have been working on that post and will be sharing it soon, I promise. Lord knows Mila always makes a story more entertaining. But, September is NICU Awareness MonthContinue reading “Our NICU Experience”
I’ve always heard that vacation with little kids really isn’t a vacation at all. Normally you’re just watching your kids in a different location in a different house with a different atmosphere. I am here to say, that’s all crap; or at least it was when we went to Colorado! We had an ABSOLUTE blast!Continue reading “Our Breckenridge Vacation”
To say these mental health posts exhaust me is an understatement. I genuinely relive the stress, anxiety, and negativity I felt during that time. Click HERE to read my the latest mental health journey post, the one about my first battle with postpartum depression.
I truly believe we are a product of our environment, and I do pride myself on knowing how to work hard and power through, even when times are tough. I grew up on a cattle ranch in northeast Kansas. People have asked me in the past what’s so different about being a farm wife vs.Continue reading “Growing Up at the Moser Ranch”
It’s hard for me to believe that it’s almost that time of year where we will be spending the majority of our days at my in-law’s house; cooking harvest meals, being on-call to help move equipment and hanging out with family, making memories. Before I moved to western Kansas, I had NO idea how labor-intenseContinue reading “Wheat Harvest Time”
Welcome to my NEW and IMPROVED blog! While I loved my old blog, Topknots and Toddlers, I felt in my heart that I could create a space that was more my style; more timeless, classic as well as more interactive and user friendly. Some people have asked why I chose to “rebrand” and start aContinue reading “New and Improved”