Ok, so here's the deal. I have been kind ‘a hormonal the last few days and frankly hasn’t wanted to make a post. Sorry for being blunt but that's the way I roll. This will be the eight month the Hubby and I have been trying for a child and this is the eight time we have come away with nothing more than a stupid red flag proving to me that everything is working fine expert for where it matter most! I'm posting about this NOT for a pity party, just to vent and let you all know what’s going on. But this is not what I am posting about; because I'm sure you all could care less about my monthly cycle and constant complaining.
No, I am here to talk about brighter, happier moments, moments I strive to remember and hold on to in moments like these. In a way, editing and posting these photos make me happier and help me put aside my selfish desire for a child and instead think about making a better child/ parent relationship with the family I already have.
This past weekend all of my family (minus one) came up to celebrate my mother birthday!
It was so nice to be able to hang out with them all for the weekend, even if our initial planes to go to the Shenandoah Park got vetoed by a ton of rain.
We decided to stay dry in the house, make a toasty fire, and craft all day!
This is my heaping table full of everything that was in my craft/ guest room minus my fabric! And why yes, those are two different colored chairs. They are in mid project... sort of. As in, I have been putting off finishing them while My Sweet helps me finish another project; but don't fret, they WILL get done. I have planes to make custom seat cushions for them too with some white in it (to tie together the soon to be all white table and future kitchen when we get a house). So I know this post is sort of all over the place but that's kind of how my life feels right about now. But you know what, looking at these photos and remembering that weekend seems to help it all make some sort of strange since. Would I go as far as say I wouldn't change a thing, not in a lifetime but I would say that I see the purpose in it all and I can only pray that there is purpose to the hard time we are having now, even if I can't see that now.
Thank you mommy for letting me celebrate with you your amazing birthday and for staying up late and have girl talks, and for making sweet cards, and for being a good mom and a good friend. Thank you Sissy for making me laughs, hanging out, and helping me to live in the moment. Thank you daddy for good advice, keeping your cool, and making awesome fires! I love you all and can't wait see you again... even if it’s a rainy day! :) <3
p.s. the cupcakes are vanilla cupcakes with vanilla frosting. They were requested by my mother.