Before I had kids I would roll my eyes whenever someone would say "it's different when you have your own," or "you don't know what you are missing;" in response to my "no marriage, no kids" mantra. When I was in high school I had big plans of being a pastor's wife, children's minister, and mother of eight. I started out of high school at a community college pursuing my associates degree in early childhood education. I worked as a nanny and preschool teacher before deciding that kids were not for me. I went focused back on school pursuing psychology and nutrition. I got serious with my boyfriend and we both agreed not to get married and not to have kids. We are still not married but when I turned 30 I had this insatiable urge to have kids. We now have two kids just 19 months apart in age and as we look to the future we want to make sure that we are leaving a legacy for them. At the heart of dudeWranch is leaving a legacy for our children's, children's, children and beyond. The W is representative of our family name.
Some of the methods/tools we are utilizing to set up for three generations include:
What are your suggestions? How are you planning for future generations?
Sara Jane Weidner
It is my dream to own a working cattle ranch and guest ranch to host people from all over the world. We will be self-sustainable and produce most, if not all, of the food used in our operation (for family, guests, and animals). This is my blog on cattle ranching history, guest ranch reviews, and everything country.