Saturday, January 31

and the winner is.....

# 391

Jessie said...
I would love to buy the babe in my belly some new woolies but can't justify it right now. I saw some some out of cashmere that I am drooling over and this would pay for over 1/2 of them :) Thank you for being so generous with your giveaway! Take care!
January 29, 2009 12:54 PM

Wednesday, January 28

mommys little bear ;)

look at those big ole kissable lips!!

i think he looks like a baby bear in this little outfit ;)

and those pretty blue eyes i could just eat him up!!

to see other wordless Wednesday pictures go to 5 minutes for mom

funny of the day

OK so this really happened a few weeks ago but i really don't want to ever forget it so not only am i writing it here but i am also writing it in Kaylee's baby book the one that only has her name in it lol anyways on to the story chad had duty so it was just me and the kids chilling out in the living room watching TV and a commercial came on for some hunting show or something like that

kyle: hey mom remember when dad shot and killed that deer in Oklahoma and we had lots of deer jerky

mom: yeah i remember it was good huh!

Kaylee: my daddy would never never shoot a deer NEVER!!!!!!

everyone but Kaylee: laughing so hard we were crying just thinking about it makes me laugh it was so funny how serous she was her daddy would never shoot a deer lol!!

My cute little Caleb!

so here's my little man wearing a pretty cool belt i won from the penny pinching diva and i have to say i LOVE her blog she also has a message board you should check out to penny pinching divas social network but yeah as you can see from this picture and all the ones that follow my Caleb and his new belt are super cute and very cool lol ;) BTW if you wanna buy one of these cute little belts go here GiGi Belts she has lots of cute girl and boys belts so check them out!!

he just looked so chubby in this one i had to share it lol

hes so cute!

daddy and lil man ;)

daddy kyle and Caleb ;)

daddy kyle and Caleb again ;)

Caleb just looking funny hehe

Tuesday, January 27

my poor baby!

my poor little Caleb has been extra fussy today i am kinda thinking its possible hes getting sick ;( i really hope not cause i hate my baby's getting sick and cause he is not on chads insurance yet (yikes) but anyways hes been in my lap all day today or on my boob lol and here he is sitting in my lap chewing on his fist (his new favorite thing) and i hear a kinda strange sound and look down at him and his fist is stuck in his mouth hehe poor baby!! well i have to go and finish watching American idol they are in jax and i keep hoping I'll see someone i know! later guys!

funny of the day

so i was just tieing kyles shoes (7) and he goes man mom you are like a ninja shoe tier hehehe it was so funny!

Monday, January 26

my daybook for 1/27/09

FOR TODAY (1-26-09)

Outside my window is foggy and sunny all at the same time if that makes since ya gotta love this Florida weather

I am thinking i really need to help cody do his homework cause its almost time to take him to school!!

I am thankful for the USO cause every Monday and thursday i go there and get all kinds of yummy treats for me and my family for free!!

From the learning rooms noting new here really i am still working with Cheyenne and reading and cody with letters!

From the kitchen dinner will be a homemade lasagna and french bread and i can almost taste it already!

I am wearing my pj's still i really do need to get dressed lol!!

I am creating diapers well not really i am fixing diapers cause the elastic has pretty much went out in all of them and its actually a lot harder to do then i originally thought it would be!!

I am going to get dressed for the day soon and get lunch ready for the kids and cody ready for school!

I am reading lots of blogs and that's really about it!

I am hoping that Caleb is not getting sick cause he has been pretty fussy and not like himself today!

I am hearing the ups man knocking some clothes i ordered from the children's place are finally here i got Cheyenne a new coat and then kk a few things and Caleb a new outfit they are running some awesome sales right now!!

Around the house is a mess and probably will be forever lol

One of my favorite things are blueberry scones i tried one for the first time last week and its pretty much all i think about now hahaha

A few plans for the rest of the week: well we are suppose to get our tax money Friday so if that happens we are gonna pay our credit card off and then put ALOT on chads truck and be one step closer to debt free and we can't wait till that day comes!

Here is picture thought I am sharing here's cody doing kung fu with panda hahaha

to see other daybooks check out a simple womans daybook

yeah its time!

so yesterday me and chad went for a walk with all the kiddos and i strapped on my ergo (a baby carrier for those that don't know) and i have gotten so fat since the last time i wore it so i am done with gaining weight i do this every time i have a baby and i have 5 so i know what i am talking about lol i lose my weight really fast and then bam i gain all it and more back so starting today i am giving up soda (sorry chad and kiddos, i can be mean when i give it up lol) but i have to do something or i am just gonna keep growing in ways i do not want to lol so no soda and more walking and bike riding and maybe in a few weeks i might get a wii fit and see if that motivates me hehe if noting else it will be fun ;) well i have to go i have so much cleaning to do today there is hamster food spilled all over the kitchen floor and then just loads of clutter that is just never ending ahhhh later guys!

bloggy giveaway time again ;)

well its that time again and i think this time around i am gonna give 2o bucks to who ever wins it will be sent directly to your pay pal account so you will need to have pay pal to get the money!

  • And there are 4 ways to win so lets see to enter the giveaway just leave me a comment telling me why you want it

  • And for a 2nd chance you need to leave a comment somewhere on my blog besides this post ( i love comments lol) and make it interesting cause if the first person that i choose randomly does not respond back in 48 hrs i will pick the comment i like the best!! so anyways like i was saying leave a comment somewhere and then come back to this post and tell me you left one and thats your 2nd entry!

  • And for a 3rd entry you can follow me on blogger (Top left) and if you already do just leave a comment saying so!

  • And for a 4th entry you can follow me on twitter and tweet about my giveaway! and make sure If you do all four things you leave 4 separate comments thanks guys!

well i suppose thats all for now good luck guys! oh yeah the winner will be picked on 2/1/09 at 10am

Thursday, January 22

Free goodies from the USO!!

So i have been going to the USO here in Jacksonville cause i was told they get bakery items that are either about to expire or just did and then they get in other things to that are being donated and they get them every Monday and Thursday so if you are a military wife or member i highly encourage you to go but please go after me lol

here's what i got Monday ;)

and here's what i got today (Thursday) pretty cool for free huh!!

Wednesday, January 21

some new pictures of the kids!

my silly kyle hehehe
this is Kaylee's quit taking my pictures mom!!

and this is Kaylee's smile lol ;)

Cody in daddy's navy hat ;)

and then theres Kaylee in daddy hat ;)

Cheyenne looking pretty we got her bangs cut and i am so glad i was so tired of seeing them in her eyes!

hehehe theres Caleb very mad lol!

but hes cool here ;)

check out our styling double chins hahahahaha

a good one of me and Caleb

my little cutie

see how long he is!

kissy kissy ;)

he was talking while i was kissing him ;)

hes just the cutest!!!

yeah i love that little boy!!

hehehehe so happy can you believe hes 3 1/2 mts now!!!

so so so cute!

Friday, January 16

and this is just another omg!

I checked out the link at the bottom of the email. Unfortunately, this is true. It turns my stomach. Please take the minute or so it takes to sign the petition and send this on to your friends and family. May God have mercy on our country.

As most of you know, last night Obama made a public announcement thathe is going to sign the Freedom Of Choice Act, which will allow alltypes of abortions including partial birth abortions, also allowingbabies who are born alive due to botched up late term abortions, to beset aside without any medical care or nourishment and left to die(most of these babies have no medical problems and most of the onesthat do, have things like cleft palates, club feet, things that arecorrectable, still they are murdered in the most cruel and inhumanway. They feel everything that is happening to them. There is moremercy for dogs that are put to sleep) This Bill also will make itmandatory for doctors and nurses to perform this murderous act even ifthey do not want to do so. This act also allows under age teens tohave an abortion, even partial birth abortions, without parentalconsent.Catholic Bishops have pleaded with Obama not to go ahead with thishorrible murder of innocent babies. They have also told Obama that ifhe persists in signing this Bill which would require even CatholicHospitals to perform these acts of murder, they will have no choicebut to close all Catholic Hospitals. Please let us join with thesecourageous Bishops who will go to any length to change Obama's mind.Please take a minute to sign this statement and let our voices beheard.This is a great, informative website. You can click on the video ofObama's speech to the Planned Parenthood group where he promised thatthe first thing he would do if elected President would be to sign theFreedom Of Choice Act. He isn't even in the White House yet and hemade a statement last night that he will go forward with his plans tosign this outrageous bill. He still can change his mind because theBill cannot be signed until he is actually the President.Please let your family and friends know about this Bill and ask themto also sign this petition. Even those who voted for Obama would notwant him to sign this Bill. May God have mercy on our country for thesake of the millions who would never agree with this Bill if theyfully understood all that it encompasses. Please click on the web sitebelow. It will take less than a minute of your time, doesn't costanything and God will bless you for standing up for Him and Histeachings."The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good peopledo nothing"

all i can really say to this is omg!


FOCA is horrible. Have you seen this? In Belgium, doctors can kill children up to 12 months old "if they feel the baby is somehow disabled or deficient." They call it assisted suicide. Really. And, they don't need the parents' consent to do it.

UN Report: Belgium

Posted by: Peter Kamakawiwoole on December 15th, 2008Tag(s): BelgiumCountry ReportsUNCRC

Watching Out for Her Little OnesBelgium and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child
Winter is finally upon us, ushering in the joys of the holidays and, at least for most of the country, the arrival of cold weather. As the temperature falls and the days get shorter, Moms and Dads brace themselves for the first signs of inevitable winter sicknesses: everything from a simple cough and=2 0cold to wheezing, strep, and the dreaded stomach flu. For many Americans, the solution to these illnesses is a simple medication, or perhaps vaccination in certain cases, but the choice of proper treatment is left to the parents.
Now imagine a place where the government threatens parents with fines, or even jail time, if they refuse to vaccinate their children - all in the name of “watching out” for the best interests of “its” children. Imagine a country that permits doctors to terminate the lives of “deficient” children up to a year old, even without parental consent, for the sake of “a better society”. To find such a place, you need look no further than the nation of Belgium.
This Won’t Hurt a Bit . . .
In March 2008, Belgium made international headlines when it sentenced two sets of Belgian parents to five months in prison, and fined them 4,100 euros ($8,000).1 The crime? Failing to vaccinate their children against polio. The government, hiding behind privacy laws, declined to comment on why the parents had refused the vaccine in the first place, or how long a reprieve they had been given in which to comply before going to jail.2
Unlike the United States, which allows most parents to refuse vaccinations based on religious or philosophical objections, Belgian parents can only opt-out of vaccinations if they can prove that their child might have a bad physical reaction to the vaccine.3 In the absence of such proof, Belgian parents have no choice but to either consent to vaccinations, or accept the criminal punishments that accompany refusal.
Monitoring Their Education
According to the United Nations, Belgium has the best education system among all developed nations.4 The Belgian government is also deeply involved in education. Parents can place their children in community schools, or in public or private schools.5 Unlike their American counterparts, however, Belgium’s “private schools” are not strictly run by private individuals, but receive subsidies from the government, along with significant oversight from national and local education ministries.6 All schools - even within the home - are required to teach children “respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms and the cultural values of the child and others,” under Article 29 of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.7 Public, private, and home schools are all inspected by the government to insure compliance, and disobedience could result in the children being placed in a school of the government’s choosing.8
Unfortunately, Belgians are discovering too late that it is difficult to rein in the government once it gains power in all schools. In September 20 06, the town of Merchtem banned all persons in local schools from speaking French, even though the town is only nine miles from Brussels, a French-speaking metropolis.9 Anyone caught speaking anything other than Dutch on school premises - even parents picking up their children - is subject to reprimands.10 Parents are not even allowed to have parents’ meetings in their native language, but must use an interpreter instead.11
In 2008, the town of Liedekerke - also near Brussels - followed suit by banning French-speaking children from holiday outings.12 According to Marc Mertens, secretary of Liedekerke’s town council, public outings should have “a Dutch character,” and monitors should be able to “refuse children who ‘disturb’ the outings.” Of course, Mr. Mertens said, smiling, “one can understand ‘disturb’ in different ways.”13
Building a Better Society
The Belgian government’s authority over the health and education of its children is deemed by many as a mark of progress toward a “better society” where children’s rights are properly recognized and protected. Those that satisfy the government’s standards live in peace. For the rest, there is no peace, and sometimes, they are not even allowed to live.Since 2002, Belgium has allowed doctors to terminate the lives of infants under the age of 12 months if they feel the baby is somehow disabled or deficient, and is likely to suffer in life as a result.14 More than half of the Belgian babies who die before they are a year old are killed by deliberate medical intervention.15 In 16% of cases, parental consent was not even considered.16 To put these numbers in perspective, the CIA World Fact Book estimates that roughly 106,000 babies are born in Belgium each year.17 Even using conservative estimates of Belgium’s rate of “assisted-suicide” in infants, one can estimate that some 470 children will die before they celebrate their first birthday. Of these 470, more than 200 will die not from natural causes, but from direct medical intervention. Forty (40) of them will die regardless of their parents’ wishes, objections, or pleadings. Such a program might produce a “better society,” but one is left in horror at the ultimate sacrifice of innocent babies.
Unfortunately, the program has been deemed so “successful” in Belgium that in March 2008, the government began considering legislation that would also make assisted-suicide available to teenagers and younger children who are terminally-ill.18
In Belgium’s Shadow
Although much of American society still largely resists government control of children and their families, shadows of Belgium’s pro-government approach are being cast upon our shores. In November 2007, parents in Prince George’s County, M aryland were shocked and outraged when they were ordered to take their children in for shots, or face fines and jail time.19 “Our goal is to get kids in school, not to put parents in jail,” said Glenn Ivey, the county’s attorney, “but if parents continue to be recalcitrant, they face up to 10 days in jail and a $50 a day fine.”
The drastic measures had parents and physicians up in arms. Dr. William Schaffner of the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine described the county’s hard-nosed stance as “grabbing the parents by the collars and saying, ‘You must vaccinate your children.’”20 Dierdre Young, the mother of a high school freshman and junior, agreed: “What good are you going do if you lock up the parents? Then the parents can’t feed [their children]. They still can’t come to school. They still don’t have their shots. So what have you solved?”21
Someone in Belgium must have forgotten to ask that question.


1. Maria Cheng, “Parents may be jailed over vaccinations,”
The Associated Press (March 12, 2008) <> (accessed 03 December 2008).
2. Cheng 2008.3. Cheng 2008.4., “Education and Schooling in Belgium” <> (accessed 03 December 2008).5. The United Nations Children’s Fund, “An overview of child well-being in rich countries: A comprehensive assessment of the lives and well-being of children and adolescents in the economically advanced nations,” Innocenti Report Cards, No. 7 (Jan. 2007): p. 34, 37. <> (accessed 03 December 2008).7., “Expats and home-schooling” (July 19, 2006)<> (accessed 03 December 2008).8. (2006).9. BBC News, “Belgian town bans school French” (September 1, 2006) <> (accessed 03 December 2008).10. BBC News (2006).11. BBC News (2006).12. Steven Erlanger, “Seams of Belgium’s Quilt Threaten to Burst,” New York Times (May 14, 2008) <> (accessed 03 December 2008)13. Erlanger 2008.14. Bruno Waterfield, “Teens need right to ‘medically assisted suicide’,” The Telegraph (UK) (March 26, 2 008) <> (accessed 03 December 2008).15. Waterfield 2008.16. Waterfield 2008.17. Central Intelligence Agency, “The World Fact Book: Belgium” <> (accessed 03 December 2008)18. Waterfield 2008.19. ABC News, “Md. Officials: Vaccinate Your Kids or Face Jail” (November 17, 2007) <> (accessed 03 December 2008).20. ABC News 2007.21. ABC News 2007.

just another day..

well this has been an interesting week Wednesday chad had to drive 4 hrs away to Tampa to go to some BS pre trial from a bill collector for a bill that's NOT ours we even checked his credit report out to make sure it was not identify theft and NOTING was there!! but since he was the Chad Davis this bill collector picked he had to go and we went to a lawyer first cause they were very rude on the phone basically saying he was lieing and had to pay etc etc etc so he goes with all his paper work and the dude has noting on him cause its a pre trial so all he has is this debt and chads name so the judge can not cancel it and chad will have to go back in march for the real trial i mean is this not injustice or what we were so pissed about this and really still are i mean whats the world coming to when you can just pick a guy in the phone book and say you are the one that owes me!!?? and to top it all off the dude that served him the papers says i hope your the right guy and laughed like he has served other chad Davis i mean omg!!!!

but anyways the kids are out of school today well sorta Cody's got to go this afternoon hes actually getting a new teacher next week and while that's good for the class cause now maybe since they are getting a real teacher they might learn something before they start kindergarten but its also sad cause i really love the lady that does it now and so do all the kids!! but oh well i guess, i am gonna go to target today at some point cause i keep reading out them having some wonderful sales going on and kk really needs some sweaters and jeans she has been growing like crazy lately and kyle really needs some jeans and a new coat hes finally starting to grow to hehe ;) well i better go i need to get breakfast started before everyone dies of starvation lol!! later guys!

Tuesday, January 13

so i have been a little lazy...

well i guess its been awhile so i better write today i have been pretty lazy and not really in the mood to blog for some reason but i am just sitting here feeding Caleb so i figured why not! we have been doing really good last Monday at the no dough dinner at the USO ( this is a free dinner that the USO hosts about twice a month for military members and there family's) but anyways we won a 50 dollar gift card to BJ'S (kinda like Sam's club) the only bummer about the card is we do not have a membership so once i buy the member card i will only have 20 bucks left but still free is free and maybe i will love BJ'S and really i am sure i will since we have a pretty good size family and buying in bulk is usually the way to go but we will see! also the USO has free bread and baked goods donated from local stores (foodlion,publix,and fresh market) sure they are either about to expire or just did the day before but they are still good yesterday i got 3 large packages of cookies (very yummy ones to) and i got a package of Christmas mints, 2 packs of dinner rolls, about 5 or 6 packs of peanuts and 5 or 6 packs of sunflower seeds and just some random other things i probably left with about 60 bucks in stuff so i was very happy this was actually my first time going without it being during the no dough dinner i never went before because i thought it would be embarrassing but no one even paid any attention to me so that was awesome and i will totally be back on Thursday!! well i guess i need to go later guys

Thursday, January 8


Well yesterday was an interesting day after i took Cody to school at 1230 me and kk and Caleb just chilled on the couch and watched a movie and little ole me forgot all about early release day grrrrrr so some mom i have never met calls me cause kyle gave her my number so i fly to the school with no shoes on lol and tell kyle to wait where he was at so i could get Cheyenne before the back gate closed (her teacher called my cell when i was driving there) so i get Cheyenne and kyle comes running to me across the street and Cheyennes teacher starts yelling at him now she is crazy mind you but normally i like her but not yesterday afternoon cause she was pretty much a B***h now sure i did forget it was early release day but i live like 5 blocks from the school and Cheyenne could have and should have went to my good friend Jeni's house cause that's the plan if i don't show up go there so i have no clue where either of there heads were but at least kyle left school so when i question Cheyenne about it she says ewww mom like i am gonna go to Jeni's house she has pink eye so that really annoys the crap out of me cause Jeni could have called me and all would have been great and kyle would not have gotten chewed out for noting cause he looked both ways and he was where he was suppose to be and i told Cheyennes little teacher that and she gives me this look like your freaking stupid and i swear it took a lot to just smile and say well we need to go!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! but anyways enough of that cause its starting to annoy me again lol!!! oh yeah i was like 12 minutes late so its not even like i was that late ya no!!

so onto today, today is a great day so far we are just chilling out and i just mopped the kitchen floor (go me lol) i have dinner in the crock pot and tonight i get to watch the OU and gators game wooo hooo, OK for those that don't no me that's very sarcastic i could care less about the game but since chad loves OU i am teaming up with the gators hahahahaha well i need to go the laundry is beeping so i need to get back to work later guys!

Tuesday, January 6

another day...

i have been pretty lazy as far as cleaning goes the past few days and i really need to get out of that habit cause i really really really dislike having a messy house i often think about doing a MAJOR declutter and i have done lots of small declutters but its like we are a junk magnet and find and get more stuff then we get rid of and then have tons again it really drives me crazy how much toys books and clothes we have and now with caleb we have baby stuff everywhere and dirty laundry galore cause hes a spitter lol and then with the cloth diapers that's even more laundry but i think my biggest issue with not getting anything done is blogger, myspace, and twitter its like i am addicted to the computer i sit here way to often and i think starting tomorrow i will only allow myself 10 minutes for every hour and its gonna be hard cause there are a lot of blogs i like to read but i am pretty positive i can do it and boy will it be nice to have a clean house again back when we had just dial up i kept the house pretty clean but this high speed Internet it like heaven hahaha but really starting tomorrow i am gonna try hard to do other things that do not involve the computer well that's all I've got right now later guys!

Saturday, January 3

a couple pictures

my cute little kk she is growing up way to fast but at the same time she is still just a little baby girl!!
a cute one of daddy and Caleb ;)

well its almost that time again!

so its almost tax time and i have to say i am pretty excited i am not sure why thou cause we are putting basically the whole thing on chads truck but i am so cool with that cause that means instead if paying it off in like 3 1/2 years we should have it paid off in 1 now so that will be awesome to get rid of that 633 dollars a month!! the next new vehicle we get will be paid in cash and that will be awesome i am not interested in a car payment ever again!! but i have to say i am a little impatient cause i can't wait to get a suburban or a passenger van and have more room i so wish i would have kept the excursion but all in all the camper was a lot of fun when we had it and one day i do hope we get another one but it will need to be a lot bigger lol! we are gonna do our taxes online this year and save our self some money cause h&r block fees are just to much and it looks really easy to do it online and we get the money back in 2 weeks so why not!! we changed our mind on the trailer for now cause we really want to get out of debt first and chad will be going out to sea later this year for 7 Mt's and home for about 6mts and then leave again for 4-6 Mt's so we both think it would be safer for us to live on base cause well it really does not get much safer then here and the beach is a walking distance so really what do i have to complain about except not having carpet hehehe but maybe we will get lucky and get to move into the nice new chief housing when they are done but i am not gonna hold my breath lol!!

Friday, January 2


well its been a few days since my last post on here and i still have not done my list sad huh! but i am gonna try to get it done today it looks to cold to go outside so i should be able to get some of this stuff done! chad was off yesterday so we went out to eat and then to target and then back home and watched a few movies it was a really great day i love when hes off work!! well i guess that's it for now i am gonna go try to clean up some later guys!