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Raising Crazies
by Sara Gabbard
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8.5"x11" - Perfect Bound - Softcover - Color - Photo Book
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Stories from the trenches of motherhood and life

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Created on: Apr-30-2017   Published on: May-01-2017
Format: 8.5"x11" - Perfect Bound - Softcover - Color - Photo Book
Theme: Blog Book    Sales Term:  Everyone
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About the Raisers and the Crazies

I am a busy mother of three beautiful, amazing and absolutely crazy little humans. Abigail graced us with her presence four years ago and forever changed our lives for the better and was joined shortly (in just less than two years) by her twin brothers Benjamin and Christopher teaching us that God has a very interested sense of humor. Well played God, well-played.

Abigail is smart, sweet and a little sassy. The sass comes from me. Benjamin is a busy handful. I often joke they he will make me old while I’m still young and then keep me young when I’m old. Christopher is a sweet, sensitive soul. He is quick to cuddle and also quick to cry.

Thankfully God blessed me with this amazing man to raise these crazies with. Andrew has morphed from a hot and sweet boyfriend, into a caring husband and now into this amazing super dad who tucks in, reads stories with difference voices and takes our cute curly-haired girl to dance class while entertaining her gregarious twin brothers in the lobby.

In my “free time”, (insert audible laughter here), I coach both tennis and spiritual gifts in a country club and a church. I love meeting new people, finding out what they are passionate about and listening to them talk about it over chocolate cake, if we are being specific. I believe that there is good in everyone and often we don’t remind each other of the good we see often enough.