First off, I want to say that for those of you who so desperately want to be Mamas, I am praying for you. I remember how hard Mother's Day was when we were struggling with infertility and I know that what I experienced is NOTHING compared to the struggles that a lot of you are going through. And for those of you who have lost children, I am also praying for you. Since I have three other children here on this earth, Mother's Day is mostly a joyous day, but it is also definitely a day when Cole is on my heart. He would have been three-years-old this Mother's Day and, while I know he is so happy and healthy in Heaven, my heart aches for him to be here in my arms - rambunctious, inquisitive, and all.
My one Mother's Day wish was to get a good picture with all three of my kids, but alas, that did not happen this weekend. I'm not giving up, though. Hopefully I can get one this weekend at my brother's Law School Graduation. Bound and determined, friends. Bound and determined.
My day started out about 5:30am, when a certain someone *Cough Cough*
Mr. Howard had to work and so I was home with the kids by myself. I really wanted donuts, but knew I couldn't carry all three in by myself (plus donuts) - so I did what any sane person would do. I drove to the nearest Krispy Kreme and used their drivethrough!
Aiden and Mama
Isabella and Mama
I hope you all had a wonderful mother's day with your sweet babies.