I was looking through pictures from our summer in South Carolina, and these are two of my favorites. Todd and Reese have such a special relationship. I feel like I say that all the time, but they really do. As my baby girl gets older and older each day, I realize how precious moments like these are. I'm feeling pretty sappy right now, so if you can't tell this is going to be a sappy post, SO...brace yourself.
Today was General Conference for our church, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. I heard inspiring words from some of my favorite people. The leaders of my church. They spoke things to my heart that meant so much to me I can hardly figure out how to put it into words. So for the sake of self-preservation haha, I'm not going to even try. But I will say that at the end of those meetings (even if I feel asleep here and there lol), I left inspired. I left feeling ready to conquer the world. I left feeling peace. Such overwhelming peace. A peace that I've been seeking for a little while now. Life has just been going so fast. Too fast. My baby girl will be two in December. My baby boy is almost 4 months. Time is flying. I found myself aching for my baby Reese today. My 4 month old little Reese. Wanting to hold her and rock her until she fell asleep in my arms.
My children and husband are my world. I have so much love for them. Children are such angelic little humans. Don't get me wrong, Reese throws tantrums like the best of them and Riggs fights sleeps like a pro, but they truly are freaking sweethearts. I love them. And I'm so lucky to be their momma.
In one of the talks today, it was said that..."Right now is eternity," (Dieter F. Uchtdorf).
I've been thinking about that phrase all day today....right now is my eternity. Today I felt that. I really felt that. I hope I remember how today felt when the days are really hard. On the days that I can barely function because I'm so sleep deprived. On the days that Todd really gets under my skin. Because we're not perfect, and sometimes we get on each other's nerves. On the days that Rigg's explodes through FOUR outfits in less than an hour. True story y'all. On the days that Reese has a million meltdowns because she can't find the words to express what she wants, and I can't read her mind. On all those types of days, I hope that at the end of them, I can find it in myself to remember to see blessings instead of burdens.
I hope y'all have had a great Saturday and have an even better Sunday.