10 Facts About Mom & Dad

I talk about our daughter all the time! I can’t help it, she’s pretty awesome! But I thought I’d do a little special on us, too. We are the ones who raise her, after all. So here are 10 facts about me and Ryan.

1. We met at my parent’s old cafe in downtown Lawrenceville, but didn’t date until years later.

2. We were apart for the first 5 months of our marriage while he was in basic training and AIT.

3. Before we had Everleigh we used to go to the movies every weekend.

4. We lived with my parents for most of our relationship and marriage.

5. When Everleigh goes to bed we enjoy watching movies, making dinner, catching up on tv shows, workout out and having long talks with each other.

6. I was friends with Ryan’s mom and his sister before we ever became friends or started dating.

7. We were best friends before we were anything else.

9. We both used to party lived a very unhealthy lifestyle. Our journey to a healthier life has been one made by both of us.

10. We are both so in love with Everleigh that she is almost all we talk about and we can’t wait to have another little one.

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About jaymeepatterson

I started life with the belief that, in today's times, a woman must have a big-time career, be completely independent, and, essentially, be the sum of "I am woman, hear me roar." As I grew up the common dream of "prince charming" started worming its way into my brain. One day, in college, while I was planning the next move on my road toward a nursing career I realized something odd. I was in love. Soon after I was engaged and then married. Shortly into my marriage I realized two things. 1. I was not happy with what I was working toward. 2. Why can't the idea of an independent, chic, housewife exist? So, I created it! Well, maybe not, but I did start living it. As I was living this dream life a genius thought came to mind. Why not share this idea with the public? Share this notion of a chic woman who runs her home...from home! So here it is. Enjoy, ladies!
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