Saturday, May 10, 2008

Happy Mother's Day.

Yea! Happy Mother's day to me....The nursing drama is not over yet, but it definitely has improved. Tayden is acting more normal and not nursing every two seconds of my life....what a relief! To add to the wonderful day Jared got me a new camera (for my birthday too) that I have been really wanting. He got me a Nikon D40. I am so excited to learn how to use it. I love being a mom and everything that comes with it. I have learned so much from my two little monkeys and I feel so blessed to have them in my life. They truly are so special to me.
Now I must give a shout out to my dearest mother....Happy Mother's day mom....I love you so much. It is so funny to me to look back on my life. I know that I was probably to most annoying child ever for my mom (probably similar to Boston) and she was always so patient and loving. Then as I became a teenager I was such a little brat to my mom. She did so much for me and I never appreciated her for what an amazing mother she was. When I left home I quickly realized how ungrateful I had been and acted towards her for so long. I was such a brat. I should have taken advantage of what an awesome mom I had. I should have thanked her every day....I should have let her know how much I appreciated all that she did for me and how much she loved me unconditionally. She is SO talented....she can do it all....cook, clean, sew, and garden. Oh I could have learned so much from her at the time, but now I am playing catch up and trying to get all I can from her. Not only that, but my mom is the most amazing example of the type of wife and mother I will always strive to be. I don't know if I will ever reach her level...probably not...but I don't even know where to start. My mom is so patient, tender hearted, caring, and compassionate. She shows such a good example of living the gospel and following the spirit. She is one of the most selfless people I know. I always know that I can turn to her for advice or for a listening ear. I love you mom. You are truly one of my best friends.
I couldn't forget about my wonderful mother-in-law either. Becky is by far one of the sweetest women I know. She from day one has always made me feel so welcome in her family. She has treated me like one of her own daughters. She truly has a way of making people feel beyond welcome and at home. I spent almost two years practically living in her home with Boston while Jared was deployed and I never once felt like I wasn't welcome. It was almost like Becky would make sure that I knew that she expected me to stay at their house any time I didn't want to be at home. She also is so endearing and has such a strong and special spirit about her. She is by far the most patient person I know, and is so talented. It still amazes me to see her with all of the grandchildren. I swear she can handle my children better than I can. She just has this special touch when it comes to my kids. I will be forever grateful to her for raising such an amazing man that I can call my husband and father of my children. She truly taught him well and by example.
I love you Becky...Happy Mother's Day!

My favorite picture of me and my mom on Mother's Day two years ago....

Becky with her two soldiers....I couldn't find any of just me and Becky....probably cause I am always the one taking the picture.
Becky and Boston....

1 comment:

People Know Me said...

Hoorah for mom! Our Mom's the Bomb!