scavenger (sarahness) wrote,

thanksgiving thanks

Thanksgiving: a time to recount your blessings. It is also a time to spend with family and eat a lot of delicious food, but I digress..

This year I have so much to be thankful for.

First and foremost, I am thankful for Doug. He has been my strength and support throughout the years. We have had our ups and downs, but the good always outweighs the bad. He has come so far in our relationship, grown up so much as a person, and has turned out to be the best thing that has ever happened to me. When I'm feeling crappy, he does his best to cheer me up. When I'm tired, he does what he can to allow me to nap. He cooks, he cleans and he is a damn good father. He is also so, so caring and loving. He compliments me constantly. He finds me beautiful even when I'm feeling the most unattractive. He is always thinking of me in everything he does. I can't imagine life without him.

I am also thankful for our beautiful children. It amazes me to watch them learn and grow. I sit back and look at them sometimes and I can't even believe that they're mine. That I raised them. Amelia is so smart and so sweet. Weston is so loving and so funny. They light up my world.

I am thankful for good health and an uneventful pregnancy. I have the normal third trimester aches and pains, but overall, I've had a very easy pregnancy. That's not to say I want to do this again (someone slap me if I start baby fevering again....this is SO my last). I will be 30 weeks in a couple days. It's flown by and I can't wait for February to get here to hold my little girl.

I am thankful for my job. I'm thankful this semester is wrapping up at school (statistics is so, so frustrating). I'm thankful for beautiful weather. I'm thankful for my friends and extended family.
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