Continued from Days 1-10:
SO SO thankful to those who have served, serve, and will serve in our military.
After struggling to nurse Leeland for 3
months, I'm thankful that at almost 9 months to still be nursing the
Hayden meister. It's not often that the best in life is free! :)
Siblings. I watch Leeland and Hayden
interact and love on one another and though they can't put it into
words, they have an incredible bond! A bond that only siblings can
share--a love no matter the circumstances, a love that makes it
impossible to hold a grudge, a love that is forever. So happy that
Leeland and Hayden share that together and look forward to watching it
flourish. And I'm so thankful for my siblings too-- Love you guys!!
Thankful for coffee. And thankful for MOPS! :D
Thankful that somewhere down the road someone
taught me how to cook because nothing beats a homecooked meal. And
today I'm especially thankful for baking skills! Baked 2 loaves of plain
amish bread last night, 2 loaves of banana nut amish bread are in the
oven, and 2 loaves of pumpkin spice amish bread are mixing away. :)
Thankful for coupons/couponing. Especially
thankful for the free cough drops I got with coupons yesterday, because
today I need them!
Thankful for my Granny and the brunswick stew that's about to be in my belly!
Thankful that I'm not the only
pre-thanksgiving Christmas loon. Lol. I passed sooo many houses
yesterday that were completely decked out already. I think our Christmas
tree is going up tonight!
Happy 9 months (3/4 a year!!!) to Mr. Hayden!
So thankful to have such a happy little ball of energy. And happy that
the transition from family of 3 to family of 4 has been so smooth. Soon
enough we'll be celebrating his 1st!
Thankful for our awesome new (1st) house :) I really love this place, kind of a miracle that we were able to get it.