Category Archives: Mexico Lifestyle

Moving to Mexico – Part Two


I love the above quote. I tried to verify the source and it’s pretty controversial whether or not Augustine of Hippo actually made that exact quote. But who cares? I love it anyway! In our case we didn’t travel. We moved 2000 miles from our family and friends to Mexico. For us, I think the […]

Highway Robbery in Mexico


Maybe it wasn’t exactly highway robbery but we were definitely swindled. It was a bad business transaction gone awry. Our first yucky experience as foreigners with no leg to stand on. All we needed were two new tires for our truck. We now have four new tires for our truck. Two that are the wrong […]

Should You Move to Mexico? – Why Did Our Family of Six Make The Move?

Should You Move to Mexico? - Why Did Our Family of Six Make The Move?

UPATED 7/16/18 – Our move to Mexico was not a quick decision or an easy decision. Most people wonder how and why we ended up here.  I wrote a little about this at the beginning of this blog, but in this post, I will detail the reasons we decided to move to Mexico. Maybe it […]

Vaccines in Mexico


Last week Tristan had his first set of shots in Mexico. We have a very nice neighbor that lives around the corner. Adrian took us downtown Morelia to a local family health clinic. The shots were free, despite our family being from the US and living here on a temporary visa. Brad and I received […]

Leaving Our Family – Moving to Mexico


After moving to Mexico, I am feeling nostalgic. I miss my family and close friends. I am thankful for email, Skype, magicJack, Tango, Facebook, Instagram, and Voxer. Hahaha! Did I leave one out?? My best friend, who is like a sister, is pregnant. I was at the hospital for her first two babies, but I […]

Things I Miss After Our Move to Mexico

A Sweet Intro… I just took these pics today of my baby boys. Tristan is eight months and Sawyer is three. Tristan can sit up by himself now and he is of course, practicing his balance on every opportunity. Sawyer is reading Tristan a book like a sweet big brother. The sweet part is really […]