Ce soir c'est diner en tête à tête avec mon fils car chéri est au match.
Du coup je finis les restes d'hier soir.
Ensuite repos en attendant le retour de chéri et dodo car le week-end ça passe vite alors repos repos.
Bonne soirée 😘
Read my newest blog called “How to Love Your Family Exceptionally Well” at JaimeeKeith.com (Link in bio)
Something that means so much to me but can be a struggle sometimes too! When our 24-year old daughter was a toddler, and we were driving around in the afternoon when she was supposed to be napping, she would cry and cry. I would turn around to console her, and she would immediately stop crying just as I looked at her, so I would turn around again in my seat. Then she would cry and cry, until I turned and looked at her, again. We soon came to the realization that all she wanted was for me to look at her… continually… every time! 😳 It’s something we joke about to this day. Especially since she’s not the only one in the family who wants my undivided attention, like that. Fast forward to recently. An 1-1/2 drive to Phoenix and our youngest tapped me on my arm (more like a 3-finger poke 😳.) I turned to look at him and listened to his story, faced the front again only to have him poking me and saying, “MOM! MOM!” Over and over again! After each story, I would acknowledge him and face the front again only to hear, “MOM! MOM!” While poking me! After acknowledging his story for the 10th time, I continued to stare at him with a smile. He squirmed a little and said, “What? I’m finished. You can turn around now.” I just looked at him, smiled at him and asked him, “is this what you wanted? For me to look at you like your sister did when she was little?” At first he gave me an awkward laugh but then said, “Yeah! That’s better!” We all got a laugh out of it and I was able to turn around and enjoy the rest of the ride without anymore stories, poking, and needing mom’s attention. (Which is fine! It’s all good! 😊) What does our family really need from us? What makes them feel loved the most and how can we love them the best?
Great questions, I’m so glad you asked! I was just looking into this very thing! Read my blog for the rest of the story! ❤️ HaPpY Weekend! ❤️ #blogger#bloggerlife#familyfirst#determination#determinedtosucceed#determined#dedication#family#love#hope#hopeful#homeschool#homeschooler#sahm#sahmlife#t1dmom
SETTING A CHALLENGE
There's a hell of a lot of value in doing something that challenges you.
Your comfort zone isn't as comfortable as you think. Unfamiliarity - be it a new job, beginning a training plan, moving house - always breeds a little fear, but that's normal. It's worth it for the progress.
When I went through this photoshoot I became way more empathetic to clients going through fat loss. I'd never done it before, and I got a better taste of what they were experiencing.
It wasn't the most pleasant thing on earth, but it improved my service and my relationship with clients. So was it worth it? Definitely.