Good Mid-Morning Everyone!
I'm feeling rather nostalgic this morning. I planned on editing my book and writing a blog with links to fertility articles, websites and other blogs this morning, but find myself looking at the billions of pictures (thanks digital cameras) I have taken over the last 4 1/2 years.
I had a wonderful Mother's Day yesterday. Five years ago, I had my first as a mother and it was fantastic. However, as time marches on, it becomes more and more obvious to me that time doesn't march on for everyone. (Am I the only one in denial?) On Mother's Day, I'm reminded how lucky I am to have a mother who will watch all 4 kids so I can go on vacation for a week with my husband or travel out to California to visit my brother and his wife, which I was lucky enough to do last year. My mother (and father) will also have all 4 kids for a sleep over, so my husband and I can have a date night and sleep in the next morning. I know a lot of Grandmothers who are decades younger than my mother (in her 70s) who won't do this and other Grandmothers who are in heaven.
I love you Mom. Thank you for all that you do…specially for taking care of Gavin for months, while I incubated the triplets. You helped make my dream family a reality.
Here are links to previous blog posts:
Here are links to chapter one of my book: