ABC’s of Me :: Heather


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I love lazy Sunday afternoons, a good book, and a glass of Sangria.  I cannot be trusted to go to Petsmart on adoption day.  I’ll never turn down chocolate in any form.  My favorite part of our new house is being able to sneak into the nursery and watch my daughter sleep – without the door creaking and waking her up.  I play Fantasy Football because I’ve come to accept football will be on our TV every Sunday whether I like it or not.  I’ll never pass up a garage sale or a thrift shop.  I love doing the Hot Dog Dance from Mickey Mouse Clubhouse.  Every day I wake up a mommy is the best day ever.  Hi, my name is Heather…and I am a mom.

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Houston has a little something for everyone!  Texas Country Music?  Check.  Bar-b-que?  Check.  I lived all over Houston before living in Pearland, and now we’ve moved about an hour outside of the city limits.  Every place I’ve lived has something new to offer!  Before we were taking our daughter to the Houston Zoo, we were taking furbabies to the Millie Bush Bark Park.  Houston has grown with us, and I look forward to more adventures both in Houston and outside the city limits too.

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My beautiful daughter, nicknamed Skeeter, was born in March 2012.  She was born at 32 weeks gestation and spent 25 long days in the NICU.  The medical reason given for her premature birth was preeclampsia, but I’m pretty sure she just didn’t take as long as the average baby to become fabulous.  Despite her rough start, she is a perfectly healthy 17 month old, who loves Mickey Mouse, feeding the “quack quacks” at the park, and has inherited her mommy’s love of reading and shoes.



  1. So I’m not the only one who does the Hot Dog dance?! But it does kind of creep me out that their lips don’t move while they’re singing. What’s up with that? 🙂


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