On April 21st, that was the number of days I have been blessed to be a mom to sweet and incredible Henry. While there may have been moments that were hard, I have been SO THANKFUL, every single day that I get to be a mom and that we get to parent the wonderful and incredible soul and human being that we have in Henry.
The finite time that we get our children at home is VERY palpable to me as Henry's is soon to graduate from grade school and Maggie is soon to enter it. Vomit.
So, we decided to play a mama and kids "hooky day" for his birthday. Thankfully, the weather was spectacular and played along with our plans. Per Henry's choice, we went miniature golfing for 36 holes...and each got a hole in one!!...and then had lunch at a soccer themed pub- 4 4 2.
We ended the night with a special dinner with the grandpas and homemade pasta.
As parents, we unconditionally love our children. That said, I 100% like and admire Henry. He is a person that I want to be around as he is smart, funny, compassionate, kind, inquisitive, and insightful. I really do adore my sweet little firstborn, I am eternally grateful.
Sunday, April 24, 2016
Frances and I got to go to the Thorns home opener. It was pretty exciting as the Thorns recruited a number of really exciting players who are on the national team or who are from Europe. The weather was glorious and it is just so fun to see a stadium full and cheering from women. Go Title Nine. Tobin Heath is my personal favorite player and so I was VERY excited that our seats were right in front of where she took many corner kicks...so fun!
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Monday, April 11, 2016
Frances got braces AND a quad helix on the roof of her mouth. She is so incredibly brave and has shown such resiliency in how she has adjusted. She also seems SO much older. I am not gonna lie, I had a lump in my throat the whole way home looking at her in the rear view mirror - she looked years older already. Time. Stop. Now.
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Maggie's school had their wonderful author celebration.
It is the wonderful event they do to support literacy and writing in preschools - in all the magnificent forms that exist.
Our wonderful and thoughtful nanny Natalie also came to support Maggie - so incredibly kind and I think it meant a lot to Maggie.
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