|Aiden's first time bowling.|
If you or someone you know is in the military then you know that moving a lot is normal. Moving is hard, but something I have become very use to doing. The hardest part of the whole moving process for me is making friends. I meet so many new people, and love that. I've learned to take friendships slow, I don't rush in. It's takes me awhile to call someone my Best friend, I have Lot's of friends, but only 3 best friends, and one of those is my husband. Of course I want more, just takes me awhile to open my heart. I guess being a army brat and now wife has done this to me. Army has always come with drama, so I lay low it's my thing. I've opened up to many people in the past to quickly and got hurt. I wonder sometimes if I had not moved every three years since I was born, if I would have more true close friends? I wish I knew what that was like, but I don't. People are in and out of my life all the time, so I deal with it.
How long does it take you to consider someone your best friend?
I've been in Oklahoma now for almost 6 months and have met some awesome ladies, they make living here more fun, and we all have kiddos which makes it even better. Aiden loves our play dates, and I always look forward to them.
Fun with our Phones Monday Link up with Savanah.
|Love him so much!!|
|it's smells so good|
|my Christmas tutu's|
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