I'm sorry I am falling so far behind on here. Busy-ness is such a lame excuse, in my book. But I'm going to go ahead and blame it on that anyway. But I am on here now. I am on here and I am writing a post. Finally! And since it's been a while, I figure I'll make this an extra-amazing post with an extra-amazing subject: my mom.
Mother's Day was on Sunday. And with that, it seemed like social media was flooded with sweet tributes to all sorts of mothers and motherhood in general. Did anyone else feel incredibly pressured to post on the subject just because everyone else was? I didn't like that pressure. I mean, I love writing about my mom, but I feel better doing it now, instead of in all of that hubbub.
Alright, my mom. She is the perfect mom for me. She is so great at listening and understanding -especially when I'm having a crazy meltdown that just makes no sense. She's always very patient and knows to just let me get through it. She is also an amazing teacher. I've learned to sew, cook, drive stick, love Seinfeld, birth a baby, and be more understanding of others from her. She is also incredibly selfless and gives so much of herself to her family and my little family. I'm so grateful to have her as such a strong, positive example in my life. She also has an adventurous spirit that I love. And I don't know where I'd be in life if I didn't have her guidance in picking out good chocolate.
Love ya, Mom!
P.S. As long as the topic of Mother's Day is on here, I just wanted to make sure to document that this may have been my most favorite one yet. Everything was a surprise and was wonderful. I got a fantastic nap, an amazing breakfast in bed, a calendar featuring Fox and Sloane each month (love all the new pics you took of them, Cam), new jammies, and an amazing little trip coming up at the end of the month! Fox and I made gifts for the grandmas together and Camaron changed all of the diapers all day. We went over to my parent's house and made dinner and dessert for my mom and let her play with Fox and Sloane while we slaved in the kitchen. It was such a great day.