We have hesitated to share update about our family as we were hopeful that this was a one-and-done situation and because in the world of cancer, this diagnosis is very manageable and treatable.
If you had told me two years ago we would sell our tiny house, I would have laughed. Fast forward a couple of years, another baby, and a health scare later and here we are!
Life in a tiny house is requires different toys. Whether you live in a tiny house, are looking for gift ideas, or are just tired of toys taking over, these have been Finn's favorite small toys.
I think it's a coping technique when we embark on something new and aren't sure how it will turn out, we make plans.
Right now is the time to just live in it. Live in the chaos. Embrace the BIG feelings that accompany big decisions. Nobody expects you to keep it together all the time. Be ok with the place you are at rather than rushing to the end result.
Around 3:30 I slowly exited the pool and realized I was experiencing some rather intense cramps which had been masked by the cool water. Because I had been induced with Finn, it didn't dawn on me that I might be going into labor. About an hour passed before I was in tears leaning over the table telling Zac, "I think I need to go to the hospital." He gave me a look that could only be described as, "I know."
It has been one year since I started this blog and everything has changed.
The blog hasn't been getting much of my attention lately. Not for lack of things to write about, actually the opposite. There's so much going on I don't know where to start.