First I should introduce myself...My name is Miranda. I have been married for 16 years and the man still makes my heart skip a beat. He is quite delicious too, if I do say so myself. You could describe our marriage in one word.... Crazy. Usually good crazy so its all good. Our first date was an ice cream fight so its not odd to have food fights around here.
You can read my blog "about" page but I will also tell you a bit about me.
We have been abundantly blessed with 4 really cool little people. Taylor is our special needs daughter. Cerebral Palsy...technically but it does not define her. She just turned 16! She is an absolute joy. Loves babies more than words can express. Alyssa is 14. She is my creative, little spitfire. Morgan is 11. She is a horse loving, tender hearted, mini me. Along with Morgan (Yep, twins!) came a sweet little boy. Carter can basically be summed up like most boys...muddy and perfect. We hope to have more children but we are just waiting on Gods blessing.
We are a homeschooling family and I love every. single. moment. Ha...who am I kidding?! :)
I love to create memories and capture that beauty! I love everything family and I love everything photography. Its a great mix. So you can expect to see lots of pictures here. I am still a work in progress but slowly I am teaching myself how to improve my photography. When I was a little girl, I used to dream of becoming a photographer. I am way too busy to fulfill that dream now but I still love taking pictures.
I love everything country, homemaking, homesteading and fitness. I am kind of a weird mix.
I love boots, apple pie and the color orange.
My blog is basically just REAL! Real life, real moments. I blog about my family, the things we do, the funny things the kids say. I blog about raising a daughter with a disability, my journey to becoming self sufficient and our home school. Plus gardening and fitness. Then I take pictures of it all!
I hope you enjoyed your visit here at The Pebble Pond. I would love to get to know you better so I hope you stick around.