With most of our family and friends living far away I decided that I need a way to keep them all updated on my life. I have a blog on my website but it is focused on my business endeavors and I don’t want to clutter it up with our day to day occurances and photo’s. Therefore the birth of the Smith Family Siren. Hopefully I’ll be better at updating this one.

Quick introduction. I, Emily Smith, was born and raised in Northern Utah (yes I’m Mormon) as the 3rd of 6 kids. Cameron Smith, my dear husband, was born and raised in the suburbs of Atlanta Gerogia as the 2nd of 3. We both served in the Marine Corps and we met in Iraq. That story shall be saved for another day. Suffice it to say that there has never been a more perfect match made on the face of this planet before we existed!

Our clan is quickly growing and we have no plans of stopping any time soon. Our oldest is Corey (born Oct of 2002), who is my son from my first marriage. He is currently living with his dad in California. Madeline is next. She was born in March of 2008. Benjamin joined our family in May of 2009. Finally Sprite is scheduled to arrive at the end of July, sex to remain a mystery until birth. Just to make our lives a little more crazy we also have 3 dogs, 1 puppy who shall hopefully be adopted soon, 5 chickens, and 7 goats.

Currently we are living in a small town called Winder, GA and we love it. The scenery is beautiful, the people are great, and life is good. The only thing that would make it better is if we could convince all of our family to join us out here!

Join us on our adventures as we ride the rollercoaster of family life.

About smithfamilysiren

Me and my partner in crime, Cameron, are just a bit crazy according to most of the people we know. Why? Because we love procreation! Our clan consists Corey born Oct 2002, Madeline March 2008, Benjamin May 2009, and Leah July 2010. We have no plans of stopping any time soon. Come join us on the rollercoaster of pregnancy, birth, diapers, feeding, outings, and all the other craziness that ensues when you have a house full of little people.
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1 Response to Welcome

  1. Jacquie Sommer says:

    Emily, this is great! Have you done your autobiography and Family Histories? What you put in your blog could help them progress!

    Hope al goes well for you!

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