Mother's Day is hard, and wonderful, always emotional, and thought provoking, with women every in different situations and stages of life, all you can do is just be grateful for all mothers, and all those who have mothered in some way, big or small, you or the ones you love.
We'll leave that part of it alone.
Let's just remember how awesome Claire was today. (And forget the screaming and crying 'I don't love you anymore!...... ) she finally, FINALLY conquered her biggest fear of getting up in sacrament meeting and sang her little heart out, "mother I love you!"
I almost cried. Almost.
Let's hope she keeps it up :)
Really, truly, best Mother's Day.
(Joe took me out last night for dinner to an amazing Indian restaurant, sans kids, and it was incredible. Seriously, that was the first long, uninterrupted conversation we've had since Christmas, and it was much, much needed. Huge, huge thanks to some awesome babysitters!)
Love my little (okay, here in California, people think our family is huge- ha. Not) family.