journey to fi: december 2019 spending report

Now that we're settled at home, things have returned to a much more typical -- albiet diffent -- pattern. food and dining expenses Food and dining expenses made up 14 percent of our spending and 14 percent of our income. It was our first month home from the hospital. I'm super proud of us for … Continue reading journey to fi: december 2019 spending report

journey to fi: september – november 2019 spending report

Holy cow! It has been a wild few months and the blog had to go on the backburner for a bit. Justin and I were matched with a baby boy who was born 13 weeks early in August. At least one of us had eyes on him every day while he was in the NICU. … Continue reading journey to fi: september – november 2019 spending report

life doesn’t stop because you’re in the nicu

One of the hardest parts of our long term nicu stay -- beside the obvious of having a sick baby -- is the fact that life doesn't stop just because you're in the nicu. The dishes and laundry still need to be done. Bills need to be paid. Groceries need to be acquired and turned … Continue reading life doesn’t stop because you’re in the nicu