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September + Five Facts Friday

Oh. My. Goodness! 
How does time fly so fast yet seem to go by so slowly?  I feel like we were just welcoming August. But I've said that it's been super busy so I really shouldn't be surprised. 

This month should be fun and I can't wait for it. After a really, really hot + uncomfortable summer, I am ready for some cool, comfy, sweater weather. 

Today I'm participating in Fun Fact Friday because I've had this blog for almost two years and have yet to do it. So, here we go! 

This is me. I'm Sasha. 28, married + mom of 1 due with #2 this November. 

I have two tattoos, one on my hip/stomach area thing from a rough day it's a butterfly trailed by stars + another from last summer as a birthday gift. It's a picture of a mother holding her child + has Alexanders initials + his birthdate. I can't wait to add 2.0's name + birthdate. ( lol, I ALMOST wrote his name here! haha. )  Tattoos don't hurt nearly as much as cramps. 

I love books but I haven't picked up a book in a while because I am chasing a very active toddler BUT I have a ton of books that are on my MUST read list! Have a suggestion? Comment below! I LOVE making a bucket list of books to read. :) 

I forget, a lot. Like more than I should .. more than anyone ever should. Blame it on always wanting to get things done and overoading my workload with things to do, lists, and goals. But I seriously forget EVERYTHING. Bare with me, I'm human. 

Lastly, I wear my heart on my sleeve and my attitude on my face. Literally and Always.
I fall victim to cheesy Facebook videos in other languages, I cry when I'm frustrated, happy, angry, and/or sad. You can always tell when I feel down or when I'm not myself or something is bothering me. In the same respect, I have no filter when it comes to what my face says when I'm thinking. You'll know if I don't like something, a situation, or a person. I can't help it and I won't apologize for it.

That last one makes me look mean.. so let me perk it up a bit. 

I am a huge advocate for mommy positivity + speaking out about Post Partum Depression + Anxiety. After having my first, Alexander, I found that I just wasn't myself. As much as I tried to deny it and said that I knew the signs, deep down I knew. The more I said it, the more I spoke about it the more other moms came forward and started speaking about their experience. My fight is far from over - I take medication, I receive counseling, I speak about it openly and willingly to anyone who asks. With that said.. 

There is NOTHING wrong with having PPD/PPA + if you ever, ever, EVER need to talk please reach out to me. 

This is our party of three with our fourth partner on his way. I am OUTNUMBERED as of November. 

Seriously.. even my dogs are boys.