Well, I guess you guys want to know a little bit more about me. I'm not really that special. Just your average twenty-something single mom, raising a toddler on her own. I've lived in a small town in idaho most of my life. Grew up here with all my older brothers, and my sister. Yup, you got it, I'm the baby of my family. Graduated highschool, then left for trade school. In trade school I fell in love. After finishing my Construction Painting Apprenticeship, I moved to Gig Harbor, Wa with my daughter's father. After a few months together, it didn't work out between us, so I decided to come home to Idaho. Soon after I got back, I found out I was pregnant (nice suprise, huh?). Anyway, my ex has not had much interaction with either of us since she was born. But his loss, so oh well.

I LOVE MY DAUGHTER, Kathryne born in 2009. Kathryne is the most amazing little girl, so smart, beautiful, loving, and very comedic. She is the light of my life. Even though my relationship with her father didn't last, I'm not sad. My daughter is the reason I have for getting up every morning. I love spoiling the people that I share my life with. I have a lot of family living close by, who help me out a lot. Especially my mom. I was baptized in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints on June 4th of this year, and it has been a blessing to Katy and I.  My family and my friends are the most important thing to me, and I love having a support system. Most of the people that know me, know that I always speak my mind. But if you cant handle me at my worst then you definitely don't deserve to be around when I'm at my best!

I currently work in Private Childcare. (In other words, I'm a nanny)
I love working with kids, kids of all ages. They are usually my source of entertainment. And definitely the inspiration for a lot of what I write on my blog.  Children are our future, and helping them to grow into intelligent, resourceful, compassionate young adults is the first step in making the world a better place.

My advice:
Don't let everyday problems freak you out, You always have options. It's not the load that breaks you, it's the way you carry it. This is something that I learned and still continue to work on today. I hope you enjoy reading More Smores!!