The Hoths are not just an awesome family, but they are the best neighbors I could ask for. We were joking the other day that it’s really easy to forget about your neighbors when it’s freezing cold and snowy outside. But during the summer, I chatted with these two and my kids played with their kids every day. Their girls are the same ages as my two toddlers, so we have lots of trampoline, sand box, swing set, and bike ride dates.
I was excited when Shanna set up a time during the Christmas tree farm mini sessions at Adam’s Acres in Petersboro. Working with Sage and Codi was fun since they are comfortable with me. And it was cute to see all of the family interacting and having fun together.
More than that though, Shanna and Ty have been so thoughtful during my divorce process and after. Ty’s family owns Juniper Takeout, so they brought me over some gift cards to go to dinner. I was able to use them on one of my “hard nights” to get out of the house and hang out with some other friends. There have also been multiple times that I’ve gone outside to do my driveway and sidewalks after a snow storm to see that the Hoths had already come over and done the job for me. The little acts of service mean so much as I try to keep my head above water, and I’m so grateful to these guys and everything they have done for my little family and me!