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About Me

My name is Jenna and I am a new mom and wife, along with a step-mom, sister, daughter and aunt. This "domestic" life is new to me, as I spent my entire 20's being single. I was never a person who wanted to be married or a mother, I loved being single and having a big social life. However, I often got twitches of yearning to be a part of a couple and to have someone to share my life with. That man came to be as a 29 year old and now, here I am with a new life and new responsibilities!

Being a mother is a surprise that has been such a blessing in my life. I love my daughter Avery and every day, she teaches me how much I want to live life to the fullest and take advantage of every opportunity. She makes me want to follow my dreams and be more well rounded. I want to be a great mother to her who can teach her about life, both the pitfalls and blessings. I want to look at her one day and say, "See? I wanted to try it and I did and this is what I learned from it..." Having her and my husband in my life have truly begun to teach me about the woman I can be the woman I want to become. I have learned more in the last 2 years of my life than I ever thought I could.

God is my number ONE! My faith has grown leaps and bounds in the past 2 years as well, and I do my very best to live my life the way He wants and asks me to, which isn't always easy. I have learned when you live in His purpose for your life, things tend to go more smoothly. Patience and faith are two areas He has challenged me in the last 2 years, as my life has undergone such massive changes, which have required me to give up control to Him. Every day is a learning opportunity for me and it gets more and more exciting to watch Him work and to see the opportunities He presents me with.

I am new to blogging (seriously, that is) and I am having SO MUCH FUN WITH IT!

I look forward to what is to come!

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