Showing posts from November, 2013

Don't ever get too comfortable

In life we get comfortable and its bound to happen especially when we get used to a person or situation.
I recently realized that usually we tend to get comfortable with our relationships and as such we will unknowingly take advantage of our loved ones. I think this is especially true in marriage as we see our spouse day in and day out so its VERY easy to get comfortable. We get into a rhythm of life and we just expect for things to happen without realizing that everything our spouses do for us (and vice versa) is a CHOICE. They don't have to do a thing yet many make it their obligation to take care of us and provide for us.
Recently I was out to eat with my husband and children, while we were waiting for our food I realized that I seriously take for granted what he does. Here's the stickler sometimes looking at others is not good but sometimes its just what we need to pull us out of our comfort zone. I looked around me, at different relationships I saw and what I saw made me hea…

Update & A book review!

Oooohhh the goodness!!!!

So here's the latest update: We are currently expecting our third child, due in May (literally days before Caleb's 3rd birthday)! This is such awesome news for our family because we have been trying for over a year for our third child and we miscarried last summer. So we are completely ecstatic about the impending birth of baby #3.

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Which brings me to the book review....well sorta. 

So the latest item to hit the Bush household for review is the Adventure Bible Handbook! This book is absolutely awesome. It's not exactly a bible but is set up like a guide to the bible using comic strips. It goes from beginning to end of the bible. It reads like a guide to the different books of the bible. The great thing is that while it goes into detail on certain stories and people in the bible, it also lis…