Tonight as I am sitting here in my hospital bed I am thinking of how blessed we are to have children. I was reading a blog of the cutest mom from Grantsville. Her son went to prom with my niece. I thought of how amazing it is to have children and see them grow. Her blog brought tears to my eyes thinking and reading about what an amazing mom she is. I thought of my own life and my dear sweet Chloe. It is amazing she will be three. Oh how time flies. I look back and think of all the joy she has brought to my life. I thought of how lucky I am to be her mom. I adore her. It has been great this past week to see her everyday. Her sweet smile and innocence lifts my spirit. I know she will be a great sister to Tyson. She was chosen to be his sister. I hope they have a great relationship like my brother and I do. If anyone picks on Tyson I know Chloe and her Thomas cousins will beat them up. As I am getting closier to meeting my dear sweet Tyson. I am filled with excitement. We have been through a lot. I hope we always have a close bond. I can’t wait to meet him. I know I was chosen to be his mom because heavenly father knew I could handle it. Tyson felt confident in me. Through this whole journey, I have had a lot of sadness. I suppose know one can really relate unless you get the news that you child might be different. It has taken a long while to feel the excitement. I have felt a variety of emotions. Lately I have felt so strong that he will be perfect and that this is part of my journey. I know together Tyson and I will achieve great things. If my parents taught me one thing in life it was, you can do anything you want to do if you put your mind to it. That is my goal for Tyson, nothing will stop him he can achieve any thing he wants as long puts his mind to it. I think I am skipping from subject to subject but lastly, I am grateful to be a mom. I am grateful for Chloe and Tyson. I don’t want to miss any of there activities they do in life. Life is way to short and goes way to fast. I want to enjoy the journey and live it to the fullest. One last quote!
Life is like an old time rail journey. . . delays, sidetracks, smoke, dust cinders, and jolts, interspersed only occasionally by beautiful vista, and thrilling bursts of speed. The trick is to thank the Lord for letting you have the ride.-Gordon B. Hinckley
Thanks for your support. I love you all. I am truly amazed by the wonderful people I have in my life. See you all soon. PRAY FOR JUNE!