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It's not always rainbows and butterflies, it's compromise that moves us along.

14 October
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My name's Bri, I'm 29. HOLY CRAP, I'm 29! (When did that happen?) I'm a mama to a beautiful 11-year-old girl, Miss M (AKA Little B), and our two dogs, Layla and Kelsie (AKA Miss Nay & Rooney - don't ask). Wifey to an amazing husband, D, (AKA Duck) who adopted our daughter in January 2012, but has been her Daddy since 2007. We are a typical family - so typical, I sometimes forget it hasn't always been this good for us. My happily ever after hasn't come without it's fair share of struggles, but I'm at the point in my life now where I can honestly stand proud and say everything I've been through has made me a stronger person, and I am truly happy.

I'm a licensed aesthetician (say that five times fast) and owner of a luxury home and body products business - we offer handcrafted bath and body products such as scrubs, masques, body butters, body sprays, lip balms, wax tarts, and more. I'm a licensed aesthetician (say that five times fast), and it's an amazing feeling to finally put my education to work in a new way, blending my love of crafting with my love of skin care. I actually create each and every body product from scratch - time consuming, yes, but well worth the result. I have found my true passion in life. For the past seven years I've also been working from home for my family's consulting company as a logistics coordinator.

I'm extremely family oriented - a bit of a homebody, sure, but like I said, time with family is the most important thing in my life. Miss M is involved in practically everything under the sun...dance, softball, basketball, you name it. It keeps us running but I wouldn't have it any other way. I guess you could say I'm pretty busy...OK, that's quite the understatement. I have almost zero down time, which I'm sure directly relates to the fact that I consider myself a homebody. Life is sometimes chaotic, but hey, isn't that what makes it interesting?