When I was growing up, I celebrated Valentine's Day with my parents and brother. On the evening of the holiday, my mom would make a big seafood dinner. We'd also exchange Valentine's Day cards. Years later and miles apart, we still send each other Valentine's Day cards. Since my family is fairly new, I hope to continue this tradition.
My husband and I went to the same university but we didn't meet until five years later at a reunion. We have a son, Brayden, and I recently gave birth to our daughter Brooklynn.
Team us ... all of us. Nothing matters more than the four of us.
Trust your spouse or partner as a fully capable parent. It's so important to believe they can also take care of your child(ren) just as much as you can. This trust provides you with an opportunity to have "me time," which is equally as important to your sanity!
My ability to empathize has increase ten fold. When I hear of trials and triumphs of other families I feel so many more emotions than I did before having a family. I want everyone to have health and joy!
One day I complimented my son on his "red," sneakers. He said, "my sneakers aren't red, they're burgundy!" They were indeed burgundy :) but because he's a toddler, I assumed he would think they were red. We are constantly amazed by how much he knows!
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