NONFICTION STORIES: We never thought being part of a big family was a big deal.
But whenever people learned that there were TEN siblings with a twenty year age gap, their expressions were filled with shock, awe, or horror. Or a combination of the three.
As we grew, we'd share stories about certain memories, and discovered that what the oldest child remembered about being a Cady was often completely different than what the youngest child remembered.
These collections of short stories gives your a peek into what it meant to be part of a big family, and how things changed over the years as our parents got older (and more tired!)
Do your childhood memories match ours? Or are they different?
Have a peek into our lives and find out.