finishing up the last couple of questions today.
a few of you have wondered what Robb does for a living and questioned our finances. Maybe I’m old fashioned, but I don’t think many people (myself included) think the latter is an appropriate thing to talk about, so I won’t be going into that but I’m happy to tell you about Robb’s job!
Robb has worked as a truck salesmen for the past 11 years and he does a great job at it! I know I don’t tell him this enough, but I am so proud of him and all his hard work! Sometimes he works more hours than I’d like him to, or he’s on the phone a lot but I know it’s all part of the job and he does it to provide for our family.
Chelsea asked “what are some of your favorite kids brands/products?”
For my boys, at the ages they are at now, affordability is key, they can be rough on their clothes and toys so I don’t spend much money on that stuff at all! I always use a coupon or wait for a sale. I love to shop at Old Navy for the boys, they have cute and trendy styles that hold up well and at great prices. I also buy a lot of their clothes from Children’s place and Gap outlet, they both have great sales going on often. I used to shop at Carter’s for them a lot but we’re starting to phase out of there a little.
I rarely buy toys and when I do I don’t particularly look for certain brands, but I do love Melissa and Doug products. We have lots of their puzzles!
After the tragic loss of her son Jonathon, Diane asked, “how did you get through the painful year of ‘firsts’?
Diane, I am so heartbroken and devastated for you. So tragic and awful. I am so sorry you are walking this difficult road. The first year was the hardest for me and many others in the grieving process. The ‘firsts’ are so hard. I could not have gotten through it without the support of many people; my husband, friends and family. I hope you have people there who can support you and pray for you during this time. Nothing made me feel ‘better’ other than the promise of Heaven and the future of spending eternity in Heaven with my son someday. Lean on Jesus, He loves you and will give you strength to make it through the day. Day by day, girl! Again, I am so sorry and I’ll be praying for you and your family.
Until we meet at Jesus’ feet,