…i just have to say a few words about mine.
last week, my mom flew into town and literally saved the day, every day. josh had to go back to work last monday so it meant a lot to have someone here with me for a few days since eleanor was only one week old and i really have no idea what i’m doing, still. anyway, back to my mother, i just don’t know how she does it. she is a superwoman. she cooked all of my favorite meals, held eleanor while i slept, cleaned and reorganized my house, ran errands and made sure kingsley knew we all still love him by playing, walking, and spending lots of time with him.
my mom’s always been like this, though. it’s nothing out of the ordinary. she’s always put her five children first and i think one of the main reasons why i’ve looked forward to becoming a mother myself over the years was largely due to her wonderful example and love for her children. i really hope to be that kind of mother to eleanor… the kind where she knows at any given moment in life, i would do anything for her, because i love her so.
my mom is coming back into town this weekend, along with the rest of my family and josh’s parents. i’m so excited to see everyone and have them meet our little girl. family is the most important thing on this earth to me and i’m really thankful for mine. especially my mother. because she really is a superwoman and i love her very much.