Blogging. An interesting concept. It's all new and exciting. Brand new and shiny. I feel like this should read as if Shatner were dictating. Blah. Too much punctuation. Where do I begin? Who am I? I am a momma of 2 and I have slightly crispy edges.
Danielle I am, and tell you about myself I will. I am 20 years old and have a wonderful family that I spend each and every day with. I live with my soon-to-be husband, Ed. We've been together for quite some time now and we're talking about getting married as soon as this fall! Realistically though, we'll probably wait until next fall. My eldest boy just turned 5, his name is Adam. He came to me at an odd time but he has helped make me the person I am today. He means more to me then he will ever understand. My youngest boy is only 6 months and his name is Logan. Oddly enough, his name was chosen in an attempt to find something that wasn't popular yet I've encountered 3 other people who have boys my sons age with the same name! I guess the name was more popular than I thought!
I am me. That statement alone makes me feel great about myself. There is nobody like me. Thank goodness! Haha.
Oh yea, (minor attention span problem) the crispiness that I addressed earlier, let's get on with that shall we? I breastfeed. Well...I formula fed my first son due to lack of proper support. If I could go back and change that, I would. There are very few things that I can say that about but breastfeeding is one of them. I cloth diaper. Again, I didn't with my first but I did try. Had I known what I know now...I wouldn't have given up. This is another thing that I would change if I could go back in time. I cosleep. Say what you will but cosleeping is not a problem for us. In fact, my oldest son sleeps on his own now because he decided that he's a "big boy" and he can sleep by himself. I waited until he was ready to make that decision on his own. I could be crunchier than I am but this level of crispiness is good for me.
What else can I say? I LOVE being a mommy. It's the best part of my life. I wouldn't trade it for the world! My son said to me today "Mommy, I love you". Hearing that just makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. Children are my life.
I kind of like this blogging thing! I get to just randomly babble!! HAHA I don't get that opportunity often as Ed will only listen to just so much! Honestly though, I'm done for now.