Bullet Point Monday and a Quote

Are you guys sick of quotes yet? Sorry, it's just been an inspiring week.

...and she understood it.

^^^I read this quote a super long time ago but it hit me like a ton of bricks when I re-read it last night. Does that ever happen to you?

Today is my grocery day so, this post will be equally scattered and short but I wanted to share some bits of my week.

  • The last two weeks have been some of the most spiritual weeks for me. EVER. They have been filled with pondering, reflection, and finding answers to questions. It has been a time of real growth and extremely eye opening of who I am and what I can handle. It's been a deep journey I will never forget. I can't even find the words to describe it.
  • I have been called an old soul twice in the last week. I am not exactly sure what that means but it has resonated with me. 
  • I had one of the best Mommy experiences last night. Geddy wasn't falling asleep so I went in to try and help calm down. It wasn't completely dark out yet and there was the tiniest sliver of silver light coming from a crack in the window. After I got him to settle down, he just watched the silver light quietly. Every now and then, he would look at me and chuckle gently. The little dude tried to keep his head up but he couldn't help but nod off every now and then. It felt like a dream. I could barely make out his tiny facial features but I always knew when he was looking at me. Geddy would sleepily hold his head up, ya know, like a newborn, where they just lean it back with their butt sticking out, looking up at you? My favorite baby snuggle ever. It was naughty that he was awake but I couldn't help but softly kiss his forehead when he leaned it against my face. I believe it was such a tender moment because they are so rare now. He is so active and can barely hold still. We needed that moment, both of us.
I promise I will do an 18 month update for our tiny wonder this week. Stay tuned!

Happy Monday!


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