in for Mothers day. Ohhhh, I wish everyday was Mother’s day! My husband is so
sweet. He was going to buy me flowers but thought that his wanna be techy wife
would appreciate a new cell phone instead! Droid world here I come! For
dinner Scott made me my favorite meal which included homemade crinkle fries,
I could attempt to keep this post all cheery but that’s not the
intent of my writing. I must keep it real and share with you the
bittersweetness of my emotions today.
I couldn’t help but think of two things.
Maddox because of her condition will never ever be able to celebrate this day.
I have waited my whole life and done everything according to plan so that I could rightfully and confidently celebrate Mother’s day. This was supposed to be a day to embrace motherhood. Unfortunately, I didn’t feel the joy that I thought I would. The upside of this, is that I am sure in one year I will look back on this post and want to delete it! I think sometimes this situation becomes difficult because you wan’t to fast forward life to the good parts because you know they will be there, but at the same time don’t want to overshadow the sweetness of baby world.
"I prefer to call this Downright Silly!" (quoting you) You are a beautiful Mother and Maddox is a beautiful baby. Choose to celebrate and embrace Mother's Day together. God bless ALL the children who make us Mothers!
I tried to stop myself from posting a comment. But you nicknamed me "Rudie" for a reason! So I meant what I said with kindness and encouragement, but yet in a sort of kick your ass kind of friendship way! Just like old times...lol...I love you!
FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2010 - 11:34 AM
Who can argue with my dearest friend Rudie??!! Gotta love honesty and thats why I love you!
FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2010 - 04:06 PM
Maddie will too enjoy Mother's day. The joy she'll feel when she colors her first picture for you, when she spills the juice she so carefully tried to bring you on Mother's Day morning, when she hugs you so
hard you can't catch your breath. Oh... she'll enjoy Mother's Day more than you can possibly imagine.
FRIDAY, MAY 21, 2010 - 10:10 PM
all of your friends are right and since I don't know you like they do I won't "kick you in the butt". But enjoy and embrace every Mother's Day you have because even though OUR children have that "downright silly disability" they are our children none the less and there are many out there that don't and can't have any children. I guarantee you will look back at that post some day in the very near future and want to delete it.
Stay strong and keep your faith!
TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 2010 - 01:36 PM