We just celebrated 4 years of marriage this last Valentine's Day. He is an incredible husband and father to our 3 boys.
He was a ranch manager in southern Colorado until we moved to Oregon where he is pursuing a career in law enforcement. I truly think it's his calling in life and I'm so excited for him. I will miss his Wrangler butt that I was blessed to see everyday in CO, but I can't wait to see him in a police officer uniform. So I guess it's worth the sacrifice. ;)
He is enrolled in the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and is so proud of his heritage. We are in the process of getting our boys enrolled as well.
He does some amazing bead work and sold a lot of hatbands when our Etsy store was up and running. It's time consuming, but it's so beautiful. He also tans hides and was able to do a lot when we lived in CO since he had so much land to trap on at the ranch. We have a lot of his furs here and our newest addition to the family has one of the furs in his cradle.
He was an EMT in CO and did wild land firefighting before we met, so he truly is a man of MANY talents. And he's only 24!
He's the best daddy to our kiddos and spoils them like crazy.
And I'm truly so lucky to call him mine.
Stetson Neil was baby #2. He is our wild child. He's one year old and adores his brothers. He's been such a fun and perfect addition to our family. He's ridiculously naughty and keeps us on our toes every single day. He's more of a mommas boy. He's been so sweet trying to help with the baby and hold him. It's fun watching him take on the role of big brother now.
Baby #3 is yep, you guessed it...another boy. :)
Takoda Xavior made his grand entrance in January. He came a little early and I'm so glad because the end of that pregnancy was rough! He has been the best addition to our family. I can't wait to see his personality come out as he gets older. For now, he spends most of his days eating, sleeping, pooping and being the best cuddler ever.