February consisted of Ava losing a few more teeth; after recording the dates on her calendar and realizing she had actaully been putting her tooth under her pillow repeatedly, for over a week, (oops!) she found out the tooth fairy is not in fact a tiny, magical, fluttering fairy. She wasn't devastated. Phew! We enjoyed a trip to the Edmonton Art gallery with my Mom and Darryl (I forgot my camera at home. Boo.), a few family get togethers/dinners, 3 birthday celebrations, skating, Netflix binge watching and a whole lot of staying inside, because BRRR.
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Offer ends November 28, 2016 at 11:59pm MST. Cannot be combined with any other offer. Offer is for local families only.
I woke up and spent a few minutes in the morning documenting these sweet little babes who just happen to be my nephew and niece, so naturally, I think they're the bee's knees.
And diaper butts, is there anything cuter?!!
I haven't picked up my camera in a month. Today, after helping her clean her room, she flopped on her bed and gave me this. A moment of truth. A photo I'll treasure forever. It's as if she knew the thoughts that were swirling around my brain just this morning...
You should just pack it in already. You're not giving up. You're not a failure. You're being realistic.
It's as if she could feel the lump in my throat and how discouraged I've been feeling. How the thought of surrendering and doing what's popular eats away at me. I won't do it. I need to do this the only way I know how. With truth and meaning. For our family. For her. For me. For people who value the same thing.
Screw the facade. Show me what's real. I'll do the same.