2019.. I am Me

Since my last post a few months back about rediscovering who I am after infertility, much has happened. Thankfully all positive things.

Miracle turned 2, we experienced Thanksgiving, Christmas, & the New Year with a toddler in tow. For once, the holidays were celebrated with full hearts instead of treatment, recovery, loss, infertility or pregnancy discussions. Decisions about the future of my career path have been a hot topic, along with the educational path Miracle will embark on in the years to come. As a former educator with a passion for learning, it is of the utmost importance to me that he receives nothing but the best in this regard.

I am well on my way to getting used to my new normal and it is great. My days at home with Miracle are filled with cooking, baking, coloring, bike rides, & exploring outdoors. We love baking new recipes together, trying out all types of crafts, and getting messy playing outside in the dirt. Some of Miracle’s favorite things to do are ride his “mow-mow,” fix things around the house with his tools, listen to baby shark songs, and paint anything and everything he can. I do not miss the hustle and bustle of the old 9 to 5 I used to live at all.

2019 has brought solid confirmation and peace that our family is now complete, that being a stay at home mom is exactly what I want to be right now, and that the traditional educational system that I once taught in for many years may not be the best fit for our son (more to come on this later). It has also brought a sense of renewed gratefulness for my life and all I have been blessed with. I am not sure what this post is really trying to say, other than all is well here, and I hope all is well with you too if you are reading this. XOXO

8 thoughts on “2019.. I am Me

  1. I’m so proud of the mom that you are. God has blessed you both with a beautiful child and he couldn’t have more loving parents. Whatever you chose to do I know will be the best for him. You are a fantastic teacher so he’ll have the best!! Love you Mom❤️

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  2. It’s nice to hear from you and that you are doing well! Can’t believe Miracle is 2. The years that went by so slowly while we waited for them seem to rush by now that they’re here, don’t they? Looking forward to your next update and thoughts on schooling. ❤

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  3. So good to hear from you. J and I often talk about whether or not traditional school will be best for Bella also but unfortunately, our current town doesn’t have a Montessori school which is wear I think she would excel. Luckily, we have a couple years yet to figure it out.

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