With my anniversary coming up, I'm just thankful for my loving husband. It might have taken us a while to find the right rhythm but we're finally at a place of peace. He's a great provider and works hard to make sure we have everything that we need. He's been very supportive of the blog and my wanting to pursue a writing career.
Most importantly, I'm thankful that he's an amazing father. He's very adamant about having an active role in Moo's and JJ's lives. I truly love the bond that they have him because it reminds of the bond I used to have and crave to have with father. It's touching to know that despite the circumstances under which he had grow up he's chosen to live a better life and be a better parent.
I'm thankful that the swelling in JJ's eye went down. Still not sure what triggered it or the rash. Allergies maybe since the neighbors and almost everyone on this street has a dog and/or cat. No worries we're deep cleaning this weekend and I'm back to sterilizing the floors everyday with my good friend Hoover.
I'm thankful for the feedback that I'm getting from reader survey. It's nice to now which direction you all would love to see this blog grow in. That's a good thing to know since I'm sharing a lot of my personal life on here. It's nice to know that you all want me to continue telling my story and sharing the things that I like and hold dear to my heart.
I'm thankful that my sister is having a healthy pregnancy thus far. We're keeping her in prayer on a daily basis because we know that anything could happen. However, I'm sure that God has given this second chance at being parents for a reason. I know that she and her husband are going to be a wonderful mom and dad. That baby will certainly be spoiled!
Moo has been driving me bonkers about finishing her scarf. (Yes, I crochet.) She's been asking me everyday if it's done and I've been telling her no. But thankfully ladies (and gentlemen) the end is in sight. I have a few more rows to go and I'll be with the crocheting part. All that will be left is to add some fringe and make beads to spruce it up a little bit since she wanted plain chocolate.
What are you thankful for?