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User Image vn.xi Posted: Dec 17, 2017 4:10 PM (UTC)
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I can’t find words to describe how excited I was to meet this little angel 👼🏼💕 in her cute tiny Vans 🐾😭. You guys know how much I love kids 🐣 and what a huge experience I have in babysitting starting when I was 10 and my sister Sasha was born, then having two godchildren, tons of cousins and nanny work. I’m starting to sum up this year’s outcomes and I must say that it was the har-dest ye-ar of my entire life💆🏼‍♀️which I started laying down on air bed crying and being used like a toy. I lost my child in March💔 I work three jobs and was deeply depressed since then. And you know what? My life this year sounded like one big complain and mess (which I am I know😌🤷🏼‍♀️ I’ve always been) but I became 100.. no 1000 times stronger. I’ve changed mentally and physically a lot. I feel like for the last year I’ve got 10 year of life experience and nothing literally nothing can surprise me in my life anymore. I can not wait to start 2018💫 because I know how much better and significant it is gonna be. And thank you Chris for letting me meet this little sunshine🌸 you can not imagine how much fun I had yesterday. #Mia #GrowingUp #LookForwardTo2018
User Image smctaylor Posted: Dec 17, 2017 4:07 PM (UTC)
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Quick trip to Raleigh yesterday. We took a side excursion of Memory Lane of when we e first met in July 1990. 1. First apt together. 2. The pool at the apartment complex where we met on a Saturday afternoon in July 1990. 3. My apartment building. Little did I know I would meet my soul mate. ❤️ 4. Our first townhouse and our first born, Nathan’s first home. Time goes by too fast.
On Monday we are sharing our brand new Christmas film! It turns out, making a beautiful, magical Christmas video with a toddler isn’t easy... Enjoy and watch till the end! 🎄❄️🐧
Happy Sunday! Today I have a bunch of last minute errands to run before I leave tomorrow. I just came back from church and part of the sermon was on Isaiah 53:4 "Surely he has borne our griefs and carried our sorrows; yet we esteemed him stricken, smitten by God and afflicted." And all I could help but think was how often I hold on to grief and my anxieties. But Jesus carried our pain and grief to the cross, so we could live free. Taking the step to go out and trust him changes your life, not worrying because you know he will sustain you and his plan is ultimately greater than whatever you are going through is freeing. Y'all I struggle with this a lot because I am a worrier, so this is a verse I'll be holding onto this coming week. What are some verses you hold on to?
User Image tjwilkinson Posted: Dec 17, 2017 3:59 PM (UTC)
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Huge congratulations to two very important people. @zackanstett and @tnregi, you both are incredible and I was honored to be a part of your special day. Love you both
Mom says I have to be a good little elf this week so Santa will come. I hope he brings treats!🎅🏻

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