A day of thanks.

Thank you to all my readers and supporters. Without you this blog would’ve gone into refirement a long time ago. I know since I have been preggo this past year I haven’t written as much but hopefully I can get back to it on a regular basis. 

A huge huge thank you to the United Geeks Network without your help and guidance I don’t think that I would have gotten as many views. Plus even though I haven’t had much contact with Jeff or Jordan I still consider them to be friends and geek mentors! 

I am of course thankful for my husband. He is my true best friend we spend every day together and I wouldn’t have it any other way! We just celebrated our eight year anniversary earlier this month. Our marriage isn’t perfect but I’m glad we have each other through the good times and the bad. I am eternally grateful to him for blessing me with the cutest baby in the world she just melts my heart. My first week back to work has been the hardest and I cry almost every morning. These two are my world! 

I am thankful for so much that the list is probably never ending. As I sit here at work on Thanksgiving Day writing this post I am filled with tears of joy. I hope that you all have a great Turkey day with your families and for those brave souls going Black Friday shopping be safe out there huh!!

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Maternity leave. Complete.

I am ready to go back to work. I am ready to get back to my normal routine. These are the things I keep telling myself but to be honest I am terrified of going back. I really don’t want to leave Myah for six to eight hours a day. It gives me anxiety to sit and actually think about and sometimes tears come. I’m sure everything will go smoothly. 

I thank God that I was able to take time off to bond with our baby I know we couldn’t have done it without me getting paid. 2016 truly has been one of the best years of my entire life. I now know a love I never knew before. 

We survived our First Halloween (She was an adorable BatBaby) and am very excited to celebrate our first thanksgiving and Christmas together. Its a change to actually look forward to these holidays. I’m told they are ten times as special when you have a child. We shall see.