Lets just start out with yesterday afternoon. I was unloading groceries into the back of the car and JD was sitting in the cart still. He decided to try and grab the other carts next to his and managed to dump himself out of the shopping cart and head first onto the asphalt in the parking lot. I watched the entire thing and couldn’t get to him fast enough. I felt like the worst mom ever. He is ok now, believe it or not he doesn’t even have a bruise. Mom spent the rest of the afternoon telling me all of her “worst mom ever” stories to make me feel better.
On a good note, yesterday afternoon mom and I watched Rachel Ray because our New Bishop and his family were on the show. We wrote Cassie a little song and went and sung it to her after the show. They are such great people.
Last Saturday mom and I were lucky enough to go to an all day Relief Society (the women’s organization at our church) event. I actually taught one of the classes in the morning and I was terrified. It went really well and it was awesome to get to know some of the other ladies at church a lot better. The feedback and support I got made my week.
During the event I thought a lot about Jeremy. I just want to let him and everyone else know how amazing he is. I can’t even begin to explain how much he does for us and I am so grateful for everything. We used to only see him on Saturday afternoons and Sundays but he recently changed his work schedule so that he goes in an hour later in the mornings and it makes a huge difference in my day. Like most women I can be an emotional creature (usually once a month…) and he handles everything so well. I can try and try to argue with him but he always stays calm and quiet. I love him so much and JD couldn’t have a better daddy. JD’s first word is “Dad” and I wasn’t sure if he knew what he was saying but the other day he looked at my phone with a picture of Jer on it and grabbed it smiling saying Dad. It was too cute.
Thanks Jeremy for being an amazing man.