I loved your post, and I can so relate! There are so many things that I thought I would have a handle on by now, and so many days when I feel like I'm barely hanging on. Thanks for letting me know I'm not the only one!
Holy crap! (OK, I know its a little weird to leave two comments in a row on a stranger's blog, but whatever...) You have a baby with cranio! My sone was born with metopic cranio, and had his first surgery at 5.5 months at PCMC, and has another scheduled in March. Such a small world. OK, I'm off to read the rest of the cranio story, because its one I'm so familiar with. Feel free to email me, I'd love to connect.
Nice job chicka! Cute family, great artist, what else? i'm impressed :)thanks for ur words of wisdom!
nice post! Just blog hopping over from MMB! Enjoy all the love =o)
It's nice to "meet" you too. I really enjoyed your post. I've been wanting to submit something to MMB for a while, but haven't' yet. Congrats.Yes, I made the tutu- and yes RS sure teaches us a lot. What would we do without it? ;)I LOVE the name of your blog. Very fun.Also, your art is amazing. I would love to have something done sometime. My big problem would be narrowing the options down, to which one.
Loved your post, it was lovely.I thought I had my life planned out, too, then I had twins. That threw me in a huge loop but also taught me lessons I would've never had otherwise.
Loved your post! I had my life all planned out to what I thought was the perfectly best thing for me. It seems that Heavenly Father had something else in mind for me, and it turns out his idea was better! Thanks for posting. Submit more stuff to us, you're great!
Do you have any idea how many women feel worse now after comparing their life to yours?
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