I'm Tiffany - a girl from Kansas, then Atlanta, who has now called Slidell home for five years. I'm married to a true to life "rocket scientist" (err...rocket engineer). We have a precious two and a half year old son and three large dogs. Our house is rarely quiet! No matter how hard I try - I am the woman who is always a bit frazzled, running late, and never fully put together. I can't really blame that on having kids now, because that's been my personality as long as I can remember. I'm still learning to embrace who I am in God's eyes.
My day to day right now involves being a stay at home mom to our little guy. It is honestly the best/most challenging job I've ever had. I get to play with cars, dinosaurs and crayons, help our little one learn new things, and create memories every day! It's also a huge responsibility and pretty exhausting. I know how blessed we are that I can be home during this time.
Before becoming a SAHM, I worked for an international honor society for college students. It was a great job! I traveled all over the country (with a chance trip to Australia), got to work with super intelligent and awesome students, along with their supportive and motivating advisors. It was a great learning experience, and I know God used that job to help shape my desires for where I am now.
In my spare time (ha?!), I am involved in a few organizations: P.E.O. - a philanthropic educational woman's organization and Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS). I also love to listen to all genres of music. I love to read, be outside in the spring and fall, and I'm always trying to learn new things. I keep trying to become a "crafty" person, and I'm actually getting much better at creating little projects! (Thank you Pinterest). I just got involved with TWU this year, although I've attended a few conferences in the past. Those conferences were absolutely amazing, and I was honored to be asked to step on board. I'm going to be using my passion for logistics and details to help spread the message of God's love! How awesome is that!
I'm looking forward to blogging a bit this year. I can't wait to get to know you all!