Thursday, July 18, 2013

And so it begins....

From the moment we found out Coach had the position for coaching Varsity football as an assistant, I knew that I would be a football widow and I was totally okay with that.
Funny thing is....when you have a 4 month old and realize that you've been doing everything solo for the last 4 weeks every morning- you realize that "holy smokes!!!" that happened sooner than I thought.
I guess we went into the Summer thinking we at least head until July before Coach would be gone everyday. Oh well! Such is the life of a Coach's wife.

So I spend my mornings trying to get the kids dressed and organized, finding time to clean, and beginning to panic about the school year ahead. This girl needs to get all up ons getting her class ready and stuff for the beginning of the year done.

Did I mention I need to get down to my pre-pregnancy weight...yea throw that on top of this fun called our 1st year of coaching and teaching together...BOO!


  1. I love your blog! It will be fun to follow teaching and football (my favorite sport). Did I mention that I am an O-HI-O state alumni? I like the Coach just for wanting to go there! I gotta ask....where did the Patriots connection come in? My husband (the Engineer) is from Massachusetts and is a big Patriots fan. I feel connected to you on so many levels...LOL! Your daughter is adorable. Can't wait to see some pics of the baby! I'm adding your blog to my Texas Teacher Blog List. Stop by and check it out sometime.


    1. Diane-

      I am so happy you found my blog. You're a girl after my heart with your love for football, having a hubs who is a huge Pats fan and living in Houston. LOL :)

      Funny thing...the hubs was like a little "gypsy"- his family moved all over the place and one of the places they lived was Massachusetts. He picked up his love for the Pats there and carried it over to me when we met. :)

      He actually lived in Kingwood outside of Houston so we are big fans of visiting there. I can't wait to follow your blog and keep in touch with another Texas Teacher.