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I'm a Florida girl thru and thru, with a deep love for my four furry children and the Pittsburgh Steelers! And the greatest part about my life (besides my amazing man) is I'm going to be a momma to my first son in late May or early June!!! ^_^
St. Petersburg, FLORIDA
reading any book I can get my paws on, be it romance, thriller, fantasy, science fiction, or all four! (I LOVE Harry Potter- shuddup, he's not just for kids!) =D
After Christopher (my son) is born I'd like to pursue a career dealing in the arts, but I mostly do doodles now.
I am the very proud momma to a wonderful Pitbull named Harley Quinn and when I'm not reading, drawing, or going to see movies, I'm on message boards trying to defend her breed against ignorant people. *hearts*
I work at a daycare (ages 2-5) as an assistant VPK teacher and I love my 52 children very much! =)
“You know, schizoid behavior is a pretty common thing in children. It’s accepted, because all us adults have an unspoken agreement that children are lunatics. They have invisible friends. They may go and sit in the closet when they’re depressed, withdrawing from the world. They attach talismanic importance to a special blanket, or a teddy bear, or a stuffed tiger. They suck their thumbs. When an adult sees things that aren’t there, we consider him ready for the rubber room. When a child says he’s seen a troll in his bedroom or a vampire outside his window, we simply smile indulgently. We have a one-sentence explanation that explains the whole range of such phenomena in children- he’ll grow out of it.”Dr. Edmonds from Stephen King’s The Shining