Just when you are exhausted and to tired to feel... Anything, our Heavenly Father does something nice just for you, to remind you that you are worth all that work of cloud and ray arranging. I know I was the only person to see the sunset like that because if you drive another ten feet you miss it!
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Happy birthday Girl. You have grown up so much this year. I am so proud of you and the beautiful girl you are. You are such a protective big sister, you are learning to share and to be grateful. You have the amazing ability to laugh and sing anywhere any time, and I hope you always do that. I love your imagination, and that you know you are a rockstar-superhero-princess! I believe you when you tell me that you can do anything! I hope you always have that optimistic view on this world. I love you like crazy girl! Happy Birthday!
What a lively brooch my dahling! Please forgive me for not following suit and wearing one to work today.
Friday, August 23, 2013
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Monday, August 12, 2013
Last month Bryn scraped her knee on the sidewalk. I glanced at it a few times during the next week, but probably didn't give it the attention it really needed. One day she stopped walking on it and was crying that her knee hurt. When I looked at it, there was no question about it, we were going to the doctor. Her knee had become badly infected, probably from the negligence of her mommy. We ended up making three trips to the doctor, a few needles to drain her knee, numerous bandages, and countless hugs and kisses trying to wipe away her hurt and tears. One trip to the doctor we decided to put her on some antibiotics. As we were leaving the office I kept thinking how this wouldn't have ever happened if I could just slow down, "smell the roses," and just spend a little more time with my babies. Give them the love and attention they need, take care of them like they need to be cared for. Just slow down. When we got to the pharmacy, we learned we needed to wait just a few minutes for her medicine to be ready. I asked Bryn what we should do while we wait. With all of her two-year-old wisdom that outshines anyone I'll ever know, she said, "Mom, can we just go smell those flowers?"