That's the name given to this beautiful piece of hand-crafted, custom jewelry. I told the hubs not to get me anything for Mother's Day until after the baby was born less than a week later because I wanted something with both of my babies' names on it. Since we didn't know if it was a boy or a girl, he could hardly order the gift ahead of time. I showed him several designs that I loved and this is the one he chose. Turns out the sentiment behind it is absolutely and perfectly fitting.
I love everything about it.
It really is true, isn't it? Rain or shine. Sickness and health. Rich or poor. I love my babies more than anything in the world. While the fun times are what I look forward to, nothing makes me feel more like a mom than the times when I am nurturing my sick child. The times when he wants me and only me, as frustrating as that can be. When you make the decision to bring a child into the world, you sign up for the best and the worst of times.
You may fantasize about smelling that baby powder fresh head and forget about smelling like curdled milk because your baby threw up on every shirt that fits and you haven't had time to do laundry. You may envision strangers coming up to you in the store and complimenting you on how well-behaved and adorable your toddler is, meanwhile not realizing that at some point, he will throw every single thing you feed him 10 feet from his high chair for a week straight. But only after rubbing it in his hair. You may picture slowly rocking him in that plush glider from Babies R Us and softly humming "Rock-a-Bye Baby," oblivious to the fact that, before long, the most annoying cartoon theme songs on the planet will be stuck in your head for days at a time.
Rain or shine, I love my kids and I'm so glad they're mine.
hoping for sun,