Thursday, October 31, 2013

Happy Halloween!!

This day is such a fun day to me. I am never afraid or embarrassed to dress up, and our company is always trying to do fun things... today we have a costume contest.

You have to trust me that all of my co-workers are beautiful, but, I do not want to throw their faces on the inter-web without consent.

We all dressed up for the most part, one group went as a sleepover style, and the ladies featured below,  went as wounded superhero's. Their presentation was adorable, they had the superhero music playing and were all slowly making their way in. They took the cake for group!

Again, all of my pictures only show me, I get the pleasure of seeing these lovelies daily :)

Fantastic Six!

view from the back
So, friend and I decided we should just go as physicians... eh, it was a good idea, we are comfy, AND we work essentially for a physician and medical based company.

Dr. B and Dr. A

seeing our patient (who did not dress up)

This is just what we do...

Tippy Toes.

I hope you all have a wonderful Halloween, and please watch for the little ones tonight!!


Tuesday, October 29, 2013

E-cards that describe me.

Yeah so don't bother me :)

All. The. Time.

My life, lately.


i actually do group them on the conveyor belt!

Pretty much.

every damn time.

Just kidding.


ECARDS - CafeMom


I love me some E-cards... I have about 1,000 that I could pin, but most of them are profanity ridden... I shall keep those laughs to myself :)

I miss my blogging!
Work has been crazzyyy!I have a very early morning meeting tomorrow and then its Halloween, Co-worker and I are going to dress up together... I shall return with pictures!

Chat soon.


Thursday, October 24, 2013


Goodness I feel like I have so many things to catch up on, and let you all in on :)
Sometimes life throws you a curve ball and you can get down on yourself and without even trying, bring others down with you... well, that is what normally happens.

This time, that is not the case. We knew very early on that it was going to be hard to try and have a baby, due to circumstances that were out of our control. So, recently we decided to figure out "how hard" it would actually be to conceive. Once I made the doctors appointment, it was a thrilling and exciting feeling. Then, we went to the appointment, took the day off and drove 45 minutes to Frisco to a Wonderful fertility urologist, Dr. Jeffrey Buch. When there we had some analysis done and given a very strong antibiotic for Cesar to take to see if we would be able to improve our chances, and told to come back in one month for the results. So, the medicine was intense for C, it caused pain, made him sick, it was not fun. We had remained extremely optimistic and encouraged that this the thing we needed to do, to have a baby. 

Flash back to this last Monday, we found out that, it is out of our control, the meds did not work and we will have to go through with ANOTHER procedure. This is very costly and quite frankly after hearing that, C was really down about the financial aspect and the urgency of needing this surgery.... that is about it.

Now, I am being very honest and basically putting that out there, to follow up with my next thoughts...

This could be something that, can really make or break you, or simply give you more motivation to live your life fully,pray,hope, and dream. We are choosing, all the latter.I told Cesar, I felt like God would not have given us a challenge we cannot handle, and to imagine, when we do conceive how wonderful it will feel to know that we were being given the ultimate reward in life. 

See, Cesar and I already have a daughter (my step-daughter) that we have raised together since she was 9 and we have both worked really incredibly hard to give her everything she needs, provide a stable and encouraging life, and keep her happy (not hard to do) :). We wish that we would have been able to have her from the time we were together in 2007, and she was around 6. But, I know that God was preparing us and allowing us to learn each other and about each other before we were allowed to raise her as a family unit, together. The day she came to us was very unexpected and there was a lot of pain and explanation to a sweet little girl that needed to be said. She was about to experience a loss, that C, nor I had ever gone through..
When I was 18, my father died...that was hard, but knowing that  Alexandria was  not physically loosing, but, loosing her mother in lies, deceit and many other forms of negativity, was much harder for us to see and feel. We knew that she was going to need all of our love and support and encouragement. It was not an easy process, but we have so much family in our lives that has supported, backed-up us and all decisions we make and to encourage us to stay the parents we have learned and grown to be.

 I believe that,even though God has not given us our own child yet, it was because he knew that we needed to be 1,000,000,000 percent focused on bringing a normal, stable life to our daughter. 

Now, Alexandria is 13, she is a beautiful daughter and honestly the brightest light to our lives, aside from our love for one another. I know that another addition will be such a blessing to all three of our lives, Cesar even suggested, that maybe our chance has us waiting patiently because God knows that our child will change many lives...

Cesar asked me, what and why I finally decided to try to conceive, and if I "was not ready" before. PSSSHHHT, that was the opposite. I feel like, we both know Alexandria is a brilliant child and she will be the best sister ever, but also, that we are ready to be able to reward ourselves with a beautiful child of our own. I honestly do believe we deserve this, and I hope that we are able to continue this process and journey to having our own sweet baby.

Until then, we are focusing on our small family of 6 lol, the three humans, and three best kitties in the world!

If you pray, please pray for our family and a smooth journey into expanding our family!
If you have made it this far, thank you for listening.

Love your life, pray and be thankful for everyone in never know who you will lose.. or gain.
-Brittney :)

I know we are not the only ones in the baby battle, and if you are one like us, I will always stay hopeful for you and yours...

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Happy 3 years...

Cheers to an eternity more...

We have come upon our three year anniversary and I am feeling very nostalgic today. Our wedding was the perfect day, nothing went wrong and after the wedding was over at 1 a.m., we grabbed Jack in the box and slept for a whole three hours until we headed to the airport for our Honeymoon. In the last 7 years I have been lucky enough to know and grow with this wonderful and caring man,  in the last 3 years I have fallen deeper and more madly in love with this man, I cannot wait to pave our path with more memories, love and hopefully pitter patters of little feet.


Thank you for being such an outstanding believer, husband, and father... You are my everything and I am incredibly excited for many more chapters to our lives.

 I Love you!
-Tu popote ;)