I am linking a day late to Margaret Simon's DigiLit Sunday and Mary Lee Hahn's #haikuforhealing. Michelle is curating the haikus. Funny thing, I created the Haiku Deck last night with the intention of embedding it into my blog after we got our girl to bed. Well, as often happens to best laid plans, she couldn't go to sleep, so I laid down with her and we listened to two rounds of my sleep meditation app. Guess who fell asleep first?
As I mentioned in earlier posts, our family makeup changed in October. The days have been stressful as we deal with issues we've not dealt with before, but they've also been full of joy. When talking to a friend, I likened our new situation to Glennon Doyle's "brutiful," both brutal and beautiful.
There is so much to be grateful for during this time. We have two girls who are thriving. It's so rewarding to watch them settle in, relax, and feel safe. Our grown children, extended family and friends are willing to help us out whenever we need them. "It takes a village," has never been truer and I am so appreciative. With the Christmas season upon us, it's very fun to have young children in the house again. Their presence invites us to slow down and relish the joy.
And yes, that sweet little girl pictured below is the same one who couldn't sleep last night. :)
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