October 21, 2010

I Believe...

... That everyone on this planet should get to feel the joy and love that I feel from holding my son. Or from seeing my husband coming through the door everyday with that smile on his face. It's indescribable. Having kids isn't for everyone, I know, but I wish this feeling for everyone no matter how they get it.

... That money should absolutely grow on trees. And that there should be hundreds of those trees in our yard.

... That my relationship with God is nowhere near as strong as I want it to be. I feel like I talk the talk but don't walk the walk. I want to change that SO VERY badly. Pray for me (and my husband) if you'd like.

... That if you need help with anything, whether it be medical or something as simple as with the dishes. Ask for it. I've spent too much time dealing with stuff and trying to be strong when I just needed a little help. It makes life so much easier.

... That I shouldn't feel guilty for asking Trey to help with feeding Andrew in the middle of the night just because he has to go to work. (speaking of asking for help). But I do feel so guilty. But I do it anyways. I have to pump once during the night too.. so it would take me hours to go back to sleep. He starts the changing and feeding and when I'm done doing my thang, I take over and let him go back to sleep.

... That pizza should be eaten (ate?) in my household once a week.

... That I desperately need a haircut. (I know Kristy and Charla.. I'm going to call him ;)  ) I haven't had once since April (gasp).

... That my box fan is my best friend and I couldn't live without it.

... That true friends are very hard to come by. Once you have them.. don't let go for any reason.

... That people shouldn't be judged or harmed or criticized for their sexual orientation. Who are we to judge? It doesn't make you comfortable? You're not the one living their life. Let them live it. I know the Bible said marriage is between man and woman. I'm afraid it also tells you that it is not your place to judge.

... That my father and husband and the two funniest (and greatest) men that I know.

... That my son is the most precious thing I have ever seen in my life :)


A Marine's Wife! said...

I most definitely agree that everyone should eat pizza once a week!

JG said...

Oh my goodness! It's a mini-Trey! I can't wait to get there and hold him, too!!

And yes, pizza once a week is required in our house!!

C. E. Welch said...

We do pizza often. I will buy whatever pizza toppings sound good and some garlic Naan at the commissary (they sell it at walmart, too), we top the naan and bake it until it's all melty and hot. Individual pizza!

On another pizza note, have you ever ordered online from Domino's? You get to track your pizza as it's made and delivered! J did it and got Cam hooked. It's really quite fun.

My puppy is that joy for us. J gets a little sad if Remy doesn't get up and greet him when he gets home. And he can always make us laugh, even on the worst days.

Southern Jane said...

I love pizza. We try to either throw a frozen one in the oven every couple weeks, or order one. It definitely is a favorite of mine when I don't want to cook a huge meal. ;)

Kristy Smith said...

You will LOVE John, so call him for an appt! I need to get in there too ... so maybe we can trade baby-sitting duties???

Anonymous said...

Your son is precious. I know you must be so proud! I am sure your a great Mom.

Just Ask Beth said...

sounds like someone is growng in to a very smart mommy!! please for the love of Pete, get the haircut..you have to do something that makes you feel pretty..that's what I believe!!

Ashleigh said...

I believe I love everything about this post!!