Let me start off by saying, I can not wait until I get to post about some amazing run that I have just completed, my marathon training program I’ve found and am planning to start, or my fabulous new healthy food options I found, however, for another 23 weeks or so, it’s NOT gonna happen. I feel SO much better now than I did, but I still have no where near the energy I did and salads still make me want to throw up, so Baby Sheridan comes first, and I will get my turn again soon
That being said, I think it’s amazing the bond that develops not only between a mother and a child but also between a father and a child. Being a mom, I completely understand what unconditional love is all about and while I can’t speak for the dads out there, I have a feeling it’s the same for them as well, at least I know it is for me and my dad.
I am EXACTLY like my father. I may look like my Mama, but if you’re around us for any amount of time, you’ll pick up on it pretty quick and honestly, I love it. Nobody else may understand why we are the way we are, but 9 times out of 10 I can tell you what he’s thinking and why and while it may not even make sense to me, I get it.
Yesterday afternoon, I came home to a beautifully grated driveway and two of the most fabulous yellow mums I have ever laid eyes on placed perfectly on my front steps. (Note: My driveway is EXTREMELY long and all gravel and every time it rains, it washes a little here and there until it gets almost impassable and it was about to situation critical).
Now you may be asking, how does this all fit together? Through that crazy unspoken bond between my father and I, he knew I needed that yesterday. I have a lot going on right now with life in general and he knew that would absolutely make my day and he could not have been more correct.
I am so extremely blessed with the two BEST parents in the entire world and I am so thankful for them each and every day that I get to spend with them. And seeing them with my Rylnn is just icing on the cake.