About this thing I call TroubleFace.
TroubleFace is the look on a persons face when some kind of terrific mischief is about to go down, already under way, or has just happened. It’s my favorite expression because it always leads to the best moments, and to the stories that my grandchildren will want to hear about their parents one day. It’s the twinkle in the eyes, the silly grin, the dimples, the scrunchy nose, the crooked smile, and the hand in the cookie jar. There is all kinds of delicious trouble to be had in our home and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
I am Jenna, wife to Glenn since August 2004.
Our children are 3 sons aged 12, 10, and 8, and a daughter who is 6. Our second son was diagnosed with autism when he was 5 and I sometimes write about that, although I wouldn’t say this is an autism specific blog. We’re Canadian; I’m of French and Irish descent, while my husband’s parents immigrated to Canada from the Philippines before he was born. Our kids are a cute as pie mix and I write about that sometimes too. We love the Lord and my husband leads worship music in our church; I write about faith and issues of faith, but I do not aim to use this blog as a means for argument about them. It happens sometimes anyway, but engaging in the debate is optional. We strive to be decent, kind, and honest people but we can also shamelessly get down with a rousing game of Cards Against Humanity so you could say we live on the edge.
You can find me on Facebook, where I post almost daily about the shenanigans and goings on in our lives.
Things I Like:
the smell of books
snow (but not the cold…it’s complicated)
watching the News
learning about things, all kinds of things
listening to my husband sing (bonus points if he’s singing to me)
foot rubs (this is a test to see if my husband reads my blog)
going for walks
lake days with my kids
Things I Do Not Like
people who don’t know how to merge properly
the emergency room, in general
tags in my clothes and seams in my socks
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