Thankful Thursday

Ah!! I have missed doing my "Thankfuls" so much! So without further ado...

I am so thankful for the fact Derek was able to go out drinking with his friends. This is quite a rarity here. He had a wonderful night and I can tell he is paying for it this morning! I am totally ok with this, he never goes anywhere and usually it's because he hates to leave me alone. Which is very sweet. As much as I would love to do the same I have yet to figure out what a "good night out" would be for me. So I am fine staying home while the babies sleep. And if it's once in a while, I don't mind letting the poor guy sleep in while he recovers from his fun night. 

I am thankful for the fact Derek helped me do a thorough cleaning of  our home. Everything is so much easier when my home is clean and there is nothing to do but focus on the kids. I can breathe a little more and my stress is greatly lowered. 

I am grateful for a husband who loves cleaning just as much as I do. I am grateful for a husband who believes in a 50/50 partnership on maintaining the home and chores.

I am thankful for my children's smiles. Those smiles and laughs are literally little gifts sent from heaven for me.

I am thankful for the sun, it changes your mood drastically!

I am thankful for the ever approaching chance to nurse another baby. I am so so so excited! 

I am thankful for my home. It has provided such comfort and stability for me. I am proud of where I have come and how much I have achieved with Derek by my side. 

What are you thankful for this week?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I am thankful for the loving support of my amazing husband, the unyielding love and attention my son gives us (including all the kisses ^_^ and the lessons in patience) and the coming of a new addition to our little family.
I've never thought much about my full potential, and these two (three) help me strive to be a better person and to expand my horizons every single day~ <3

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