Sunday, September 22, 2013

A Little bit of faith!

“There's no point having wishes if you don't at least try to do them”

 I am a working mom who has decided to stop wishing about being a blogger and finally give it a try
I am a friend who wants to reach out and make a difference or offer support
I want to share all the big and little things my girls do that make me laugh, cry or just melt my heart.
I want to find or create new recipes for my two year old that she actually likes and wants to eat
I want to get out of bed every day and not feel like I have to hit the ground running
I want to be one of those moms who does cool crafts with her kids

I want my baby to sleep in a crib but then I don't want to rush it because part of me knows that I am not ready. I can hear her breathing at night and with that comes peace of mind that for just a little while longer ts okay if she stays sleeping next to my bed.

I would love to take pictures with my fancy new camera, but I haven’t read the whole manual
I want to make something amazing every night for dinner and wow my husband!

This is a big world of bloggers and I am hoping to find my niche or make my mark because..

Last year when I was pregnant with my second child and we had standard tests that came back questionable I stumbled into this world of blogs where some were funny and some gave tips but, the ones I came across and the ones I needed were the ones that gave me faith.
Faith to know that things would work out no matter the results of further testing were
 The comfort of knowing  that when I was feeling very terrified and alone someone had also been through it and then put it out there for others to read and learn from. I wish I could tell those moms that they touched my life so deeply and made me able to take a deep breath thru the waiting and the wishing.

I am hoping to pay it forward and that someone stumbles across my blog and finds a laugh, a recipe, a book recommendation or most importantly a little bit of faith.

1 comment:

  1. "Faith is believing that the outcome will be what it should be, no matter what it is." - Colette Baron-Reid-

    I thought this was a good quote to support your article which was inspiring!! Looking forward to your next blog!