Sunday, July 29, 2012
On December 28, 2011 I was blessed with the most wonderful gifts in the world! And no it wasn't money or fame or even a hot date with Johnny Depp. It was my son Kingston James, the love of my life. I never really understood unconditional love until I met Kingston. There is nothing in the world that he could do that would make me stop loving him. I miss him like crazy every time I am away from him. Even when he is asleep for the night, I can't wait for morning so I get to see his sweet little face again. He has changed my life in so many ways. I am a different person because of him. I can't imagine not holding him everyday and kissing his rosy little cheeks. I have often wondered what I want to be when I grow up. A mom was always one of them, but I never realized that being a mom is my dream job and I am so lucky to have been chosen for such a beautiful little boy. Motherhood is such a divine gift, it makes me sad that some people choose to defile it. Being a parent is a hard and terrifying job. There are so many "what ifs" and emotions that come along with having a child. Like what if he gets hurt or sick! Those are daily worries I face everyday, but the scariest ones to me are what if I am not a good example to him or what if I fail at teaching him about the gospel or helping to strengthen his testimony. I guess all I can do is pray for the best and try a little harder everyday to be a good example to my son. But for now I will continue to fall in love more and more everyday with my little boy...oh and my husband. ;)
Thursday, April 21, 2011
We are so busy packing, I hate it! I never wanna move again! I can't believe that its already time to move, and that we are moving in with my parents! I am so nervous about it, but hopefully it will be a good experience for us. Travis asked me last night what my biggest sacrifice will be moving out to the Manu in Queen Creek. I said number 1 is my social life and number 2 is that we arent going to have any internet. Yup. I said it. NO INTERNET! There is a library right down the street, but its just not the same. I guess I wont be winding down my day watching a little netflix and looking at cats that look like hitler.com. I will miss those little Kitlers, mostly the one that is doing the hi hitler sign with his paw! HAHAHHAH Its so funny because he is just a dumb cat that knows nothing about WWII! If he did then it would be super inappropriate. But one good thing about not having the internet, is that I can no longer go to Wed MD and diagnose myself. So therefore I will no longer have kidney or ankle cancer, or sickle cell anemia, which apparently, most often, only African Americans can get that disease so its really crazy that I got it. I have definitely learned, that I should stay away from Wed MD. And just for kicks and giggles here is my favorite Kitler!