Meet Suani

The year it all begun. My whole life changed. I married my high school sweet heart and our first son was born. At 19, I was practically a baby myself, completely clueless about juggling the roles of being a wife and a mother.


two little boys playing in the fall leaves

An opportunity arose for us to trade city hustle for a peaceful country life. We settled into a house with more than enough space for both toddlers to roam and have fun indoors and in their new backyard. What began as a rental turned into our permanent family home when, a year later, we decided to make it our own by purchasing it. Almost 17 years down the road, and we’re still happily residing in the same little home.


family of five at the beach

We’re debt freeee!! The year we finished paying every last penny we owed. Cars, credit cards, and yes even the mortgage! All glory and thanks to God for helping us achieve this dream to live debt free!



We welcomed baby boy number two into our tiny city apartment. Sandwiched on the second story with neighbors surrounding us from all sides – above, below, and next door. Dealing with cranky neighbors who weren’t too fond of the pitter-patter of toddler feet, we were more than ready to find a new place to call home.

two brothersposing for a picture


The year when the world went upside down. So many shifts happened. To kick it off, baby boy number three joined our family, and that’s when I decided to go all in. Dabbling in natural and homeopathic things here and there was a thing of the past. I submerged myself in the world of all things natural, clean ingredients, and non-toxic living.

mom kissing baby boy

Serve yourself a cup of coffee or tea, get comfy in your favorite sunny spot and stay a while!


Titus 2 Women

Older women are to be reverent in behavior, not slanderers or slaves to much wine. They are to teach what is good, and so train the young women to love their husbands and children, to be self-controlled, pure, working at home, kind submissive to their own husbands, that the word of God may not be reviled.
Titus 2:3-5

What is a keeper of the home?

A keeper of the home sets the tone. The one who keeps everything running smoothly in the household. It’s all about making sure our family is taken care of and our home is a comfortable, joyful place for everyone. Do we do this perfectly every day? No, but we try!
It’s like being the main chef in a busy kitchen, making sure all the ingredients come together perfectly to create a delicious meal, guiding our family through the hustle and bustle of everyday life.