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Jackie said...

Too funny that you switched places with your sisters! Was it as fun as it seems it'd be?

Rikki Rivera said...

Cute story! What a fun adventure military life is :). I look forward to following along :).

Bailey @ Becoming Bailey said...

Hi Chelsea!

That's hilarious that you and your twin switched places. My sisters and I are fraternal triplets, but my sisters looked nearly identical when we were younger, so they sat beside each other in class and switched places every time the teacher turned her back!

I'm looking forward to following your blog!

Kristen said...

Your blog design is so cute! I live in Texas too, in Houston :)
That's funny that you & your twin switched places.. My boyfriend's brothers are twins & I asked if they ever switched places but they said no haha. & my boyfriend LOVES tennis. He plays at least 3 times a week & watches it all the time! So glad I found your blog :)

Kristen

Chelsea said...

Hey there! Stopping by from the link up today to say hello! I'm Chelsea, too :-) I can't wait to read more.. your blog and your family are so cute!

XO,
Chelsea
www.mypinkscribbles.blogspot.com

Samantha @ Life is But a Stream of Thoughts said...

I found your blog through the GFC linkup and I just wanted to say hello! You have such a cute family! I'm now following you on GFC, Bloglovin, and Instagram! I can't wait to get to know you better through all of these!

Xoxo,
Samantha | www.lifestreamthoughts.blogspot.com

ThistleAshD said...

stumbled on your blog today. Excited to follow along. My brother graduated from the Naval Academy this year so it's fun to read about Navy life and think about him :) Also I'm from Texas too :) #beststate

www.heyjudedylan.blogspot.com

Marley Marie said...

Hello, I stumbled upon this blog when I saw your guest post on Christian Women Bloggers...You have an adorable family and I look forward to following your blog! If you have a minute and want to look at mine as well the url is:
http://www.afandlove.blogspot.com/

-Marley

Jamie said...

What a small world! I wish you guys were still here, especially since you've been helping me out so much lately-- I can't believe you guys were both in Pensacola and I was born and raised, and still live here!!!

Charity said...

Definitely learned a lot about you today. Having a twin is so cool I would have totally switched with my twin if I had one. I love you and Parkers story. Oh and happy belated anniversary!!

KrissyGirl said...

I'm so glad you stopped by so now I can come stalk your wonderful blog!!! YOur little family is precious. The last picture is so so sweet. Flying jets and aviation? My fiance Brian would want to be Parker's best friend. Brian got his Private Pilots license back in May. Flying is his dream. He actually talked about how he would love to do the military aviation stuff. Forgive my words, I'm still getting these aviation words and things down :) Being a twin is fun! I have twin cousins and twin best friends. In 4th grade my twin best friends dressed in the exact same dress and sat in class next to each other and pulled a switch. It was hilarious!

Sarah Tucker said...

Yay for Texans and puppy mommas :) So happy you stopped by and said hi! Can't wait to follow along!

Nikki @ Rural Rookie said...

I just stumbled across your blog and had to say hi! You and your little family are so stinkin' adorable! I was a DG in college too, Alpha Xi chapter at West Virginia University. There seem to be a lot of Greeks in the blog world, but you are the first fellow Delta Gamma blogger I've found so far! LITB <3

Patrick weseman said...

Saw this blog in a blog hop. Thank You both for your service.

I am a former Navy enlisted man from way back.

Keep the faith.

Rebekah L said...

I found your blog in a link up and just wanted to tell you how inspiring it is! I'm a new blogger and new follower!

~Rebekah @ www.rebekahsramblings.com

Victoria Strader said...

Hi there! I stopped by your blog after finding it through the blog hop..and guess what? My husband and I are both Aggies, also! It thrilled my soul to read that! I will be following along with y'all now. So fun! XO

Anonymous said...

I was just going thru blogs and your caught my eye. First of all Thank You Parker for serving our country. My nephew is in the Navy in Guam as I write this. Prayers and respect for all. I would love to have you to link up at my weekly Clever Chicks Blog Hop: http://www.the-chicken-chick.com/2013/09/clever-chicks-blog-hop-54-with-two.html





I hope you can make it!
Cheers,
Kathy Shea Mormino

The Chicken Chick

http://www.the-chicken-chick.com/

Kourtney Martin said...

Found your blog a few weeks ago, and I have really enjoyed reading it! Your family is adorable! We're a Marine Corps family and I started my blog a few months ago. I've just added your button to my page!

Beth said...

I stumbled upon your blog and got really excited because my fiance was in VT-3 too!

I was like.. I recognize that patch....

:)

Kaysie said...

I love how military lives make the world feel smaller - I'm from Ft. Walton and we got married in Pensacola at the Mustin Beach Club!

Samantha Wood said...

I just stumbled upon your blog because I actually have a blog under the name "Anchors Aweigh" as well. I just graduated from TCU as a DG so I wanted to say hello & tell you that I really like your blog & encourage you! I saw that you've been blogging for over a year now, so keep it up - looks great! :)

http://samantharosewood.blogspot.com/

Patty said...

Hi Chelsea! I just stumbled on your blog from "Simple Moments Stick"...my husband and I got married in June 2012 {woot woot June brides}....Merry Christmas to you and your husband!

notjustasahm said...

Hi Chelsea! I wanted to let you know I enjoy reading your blog and nominated you for the Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award. You can find the details here: http://notjustasahm.wordpress.com/2014/01/01/sisterhood-of-the-world-bloggers-award/ Have a happy 2014!

Mrs. Kee said...

Hi!! I'm stopping by from the Friday Confessional Getting to Know You link up! I'm loving getting to know my fellow bloggers better through this. Jenny is precious and I love that she always has the same stoic expression in pictures. Also, I love that you and your twin sister switched places!! That is awesome!

Aishlea said...

Stopping by from Confessional Friday! Super cute blog!!

Mary @ Enjoy The Ride said...

hey there!

your blog is so cute! im a new follower from the link up - nice to meet you!

Chelsea Cochran said...

Oh my goodness! I stumbled across your blog last night when I saw the name Chelsea, I had to check it out…I wondered about all the anchors and thought you might be a DG, but assumed it was just because of the navy. Came back today to see your link up post and saw you actually were a dg! Wooo, so was I! So funny! I LOVE your blog! I'm new to the blogging world, and i'll definitely be following yours from now on.

ITB, Chelsea @
http://inspiredbymorning.blogspot.com

Nina B said...

i love your last line. so true. and the anchors/navy theme. and your puppy. and my bestie's name is chelsea
www.wearflowersinyourhair.com

Hana R said...

So I found your blog on "That Friday Blog hop". After sitting here reading your about me, I started smiling when I realized y'all went to Texas A&M!!!!!! You're the second blogger I've "met" who went there! I was raised in College Station MY ENTIRE life and a die hard Aggie fan of everything!!!!!!!!! I look forward to following your blog!!!

Hana
www.domesticatedcombatboots.com

Audora Wagler said...

Love your blog! I am also a navy wife who (husband flies helicopters) and live in Norfolk! If you have any questions please feel free to contact me!!! :) audoratt@gmail.com

Www.theirlittleway.blogspot.com

stephanie nobles said...

Hi:) found you through Noors Place. Cute doggie even with the stoic face! I've lived in Florida my entire life but three years in Missouri. Glad I found your blog!

Laura Rhinehart said...

Thank you for being so inspiring!
I’ve nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger award!
http://suzieloublog.com/2014/07/01/im-inspirational-who-knew-the-very-inspiring-blogger-award/

-Laura
The Suzie Lou Blog

The Steeves Fam: Geoff, Brye, Eri and Leo said...

Hello there,

I came across your blog. It's fantastic; I enjoyed reading it.

I am also a military wife and I wanted to contact you to see if I can mail you a free copy of a children's book I wrote for you to review on your site/ social media.

Here is the link to my book on Amazon (I'm legit!):
http://www.amazon.com/Daddy-Flies-Brye-Butler-Steeves/dp/1515014061/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1442458268&sr=8-2&keywords=daddy+flies

“Daddy Flies” is a children's book for 2-5 year olds about a smart girl named Katie, who uses her little-kid logic to figure out what her dad does at work every day. Her predicament is believable for children and amusing for parents. It’s 32 pages with full color illustrations and rhyming prose.

Looking forward to hearing from you!
Brye Steeves
daddyfliesbook@gmail.com

Paul B. Boston MA. said...

You are a very optimistic person, I wish you both all the best
Paul

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