I've somehow let almost another month go by without a blog update. But that definitely doesn't mean that we're not having lots of fun in the Mobb's family. The last few months have been full of changes for us. After quitting my full time job at the hospital, I took on a job I never thought I'd have. I'm a clinical instructor for the first year nursing students at North Georgia College and State University. I doubt any of my former nursing school professors read the blog but if they do they're probably laughing out loud and saying prayers for the former nurses of America. Despite making decent grades, my friends(you know who you are!) and I were not stellar students. We usually sat in the back of the class after being late to class and then disrupted class. I still have my notebooks from nursing school that are full of doodles and passed notes that prove that we had too much fun in class. But with all that said, we enjoyed ourselves, made it through and now love being nurses. I work Wednesdays and Fridays and so far have only been in the lab teaching things like bed baths. Next week I take my groups to the hospital for their first official days as student nurses. Yay! Its going to be a learning experience for me too because I'm going back to the adult world after bring in pediatrics for the last 6 years. I'm excited and nervous and I'm sure there will be funny stories to share later on. I'm also in the middle of orientation for a PRN position as a Nurse Practitioner with CVS Minute Clinic. I'll mainly work at CVS on weekends when Korey is home, but I'm excited about it to.
Korey also started his new football season with the Lanier High School Longhorns. This is the first year for Lanier to be open so Korey has put in lots and lots of hours to help start up a new football program. He also transitioned from history teacher/defensive ends coach to PE teacher/department head/assistant head coach. Ruby and I try to make every game and she loves it! She really likes all the people and attention more than the football but she still loves supporting her daddy!
In the middle of all the job changes we put our house on the market, sold it in 9 days and moved. We had been talking about selling our house for a long time because we weren't in a great neighborhood and this summer we finally decided to put it on the market and see what happened. It sold!! We have temporarily moved in with my parents until we can find a place to go. Its crazy with all of us in one house but also a huge help to have my parents around to help with Ruby during football season. Its also special that my parents can see all the little milestones that Ruby conquers each day and special for Ruby to get to spend so much time with them. Its also nice that we can take our time finding the perfect house for our little family.
And last, our little baby is getting so big! She's 8 months old tomorrow and doing so much more every day. I just uploaded the picture above and couldn't help sharing it. Ruby loves her cousins!