Letters for my Daughter
I always thought I would have children, but I always assumed I had to have everything prepared. Life had to be just right. It was meant to go according to plan.
“If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans.”Yiddish proverb
So I made a decision when I was young that I needed to live life for myself in my 20s and I did. I traveled, I worked in China and I achieved a lot but there is always more. And there will always be more.
But since having our daughter, I have learned a new respect for life. A new understanding of learning and seeing the world through a child’s eyes. She has taught me that children are a part of our lives that make them unique in a wonderful way, most of the time. I’m still a realist at heart :).
So this is me writing to her
because of her, for her
Letters to My Daughter
Dimples for when I realize your baby dimples will soon leave you.
How to Explain 2020 to You and other thoughts… *shake head solemnly* 2020 so far is unreal…
The festivities are over as small as they were, it was still nice. And as much as I wish we could be in my parents house and let my mother bear the brunt of holiday cheer, it was my turn. And it wasn’t until I watched my daughter in her first holiday show, virtually (ofContinue reading “Festivities and Breathing”
If you don’t know of this beautiful movie, it premiered today on Disney plus and it was so amazing my eyes are still damp. The story centers on a magical Columbian family that flees from persecution and through a miracle, they are given a magical home, known as their Encanto. The children also receive magicalContinue reading “Why Stories Matter: Encanto”
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