Thursday, January 04, 2007

Happy New Year

I hope that everyone had a good New Years. Mine was quiet, I had my babies and stayed home with them. They did stay up until around 11 or so and had a good time playing. I would do like everyone else and go into what I want for 2007, but I'm not going to.

I'm sure I have lots of resolutions for myself, my family, my career, etc, but do I really want to put them all into words and put them on this blog? Not really. There are some things that I do not feel like sharing and this is one of them.

That being said, I do hope for good things in the next year. My 2006 started out wonderful and ended pretty crappy. It can only get better, right?

I'm a little sad at the moment because, my little baby will be turning one year old on Sunday. I'm so excited that she has reached this milestone, but I wish that I could turn back time, or, at least slow it down some. Before I know it she will be walking and talking and turn into a toddler that doesn't want to cuddle or want my help to do things anymore.

Oh well, I guess that's just what they do.


Kellie said...

I feel your pain...Morgan will be one on Sunday, too!! I'm sad, happy, excited for what's a head, anxious, a little worried, did I mention sad? Hope 2007 is as fantastic to you as you are to those in your life!!

Amy W said...

I feel your pain as well, Audrey's is on the 18th. We should have one big happy birthday for all these girls!

Vicki said...

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Michele_3 said...

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Lost A Sock said...

Jack turned one last Monday, and while there was a twinge of sadness that morning for me, I was so happy to celebrate him on his day.

It helps that they are so damn cute, no? :0)

Mamacita Tina said...

It's definitely hard to give up the baby stage. But think positively, toddlers are absolutely silly and will tickle your funny bone!

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