|She makes me a better writer and a better person.|
I've gone through a lot in the last year. Becoming a mom has been the most unbelievable experience of my life. And when my little L.E. wasn't "perfect," it devastated me. I fell apart inside and out. But by writing about my experiences, I've been able to heal myself. I've grown as a person and more importantly, as a mother. My daughter is the epitome of joy, my reason to come home at night, my cure for a bad day. One smile or giggle from her could end all wars, I swear.
I don't know if you necessarily like me or my writing or my blog. I don't know if I ever came close to my original intention of reaching out to other DDH parents. You may even be wondering why I bother writing about the most mundane things and that I should really get a life. If that's the case, then I thank you for getting my page-view-count up and I hope you check back tomorrow. Please feel free to tell your friends how lame I am and make sure you give them the correct blog address so they can see my lameness for themselves.
If you genuinely like my blog, then I say to you, "Hi. How are you today? You look terrific! Did you get a haircut? I love your shoes!" I hope you check back tomorrow. Please feel free to tell your friends how awesome I am and make sure you give them the correct blog address so they can see my awesomeness for themselves.