Monday, February 23, 2009
I have no idea what that means, but I was inspired by Christinas blog to start writing more to relieve ourselves of thoughts I suppose. I am so thankful for such a great husband and son who fill my life with so much joy. Ryan is getting closer to the age of two and becoming such an adventurer. He is so fearless and so full of life and energy, reminding me of my younger days. (aka, crawling along the floor with our heads rubbing the carpet, or doing headstands against the wall in the hallway underneath the air conditioner and then laughing our heads off until the wee hours of the night). I think all of us should get together and compose a book of the funniest, silliest, and craziest memories from our childhood and make a copy for everyone.Whenever I am in need of a laugh, I usually call up one of the sisters and reminese on our childhood, but if we put a book together, that would be so fun! Isn't is so interesting to watch our children grow up and discover things that you did as a child? I think back of my child hood experiences and how different I look at them from a parenting perspective vs. a childs perspective. I can not wait to have more children, and I just laugh reading about Christina's children and all the funny things they do! I know Ryan will make a great big brother one day!! Justin and I have discussed numerous times about having another baby, but we never seem to follow through!! Oh, well I know we will figure it out or just say to heck with it and have have barn load like the Duggars...or us!! Well, one last thing I want to say is that I really appreciate Mom and Dad for everything they have done for me. Dad is so inspiring to me and I love every conversation we have together, and only wish that we could get more out of him before its too late! So, Dad if you read this, I want you to know I love ya and miss you and that are truly the best example of the kind of person I want to be.