I still feel like I am growing up little by little every day. My twenties were incredible. I fell in love, got married, got pregnant, bought a house, miscarried a baby, graduated college, got a big girl job, sold our house, got pregnant again, built a house, and had a son. Whew. When I type it all out, blessed doesn't even describe the way I feel. However, with all of that comes so many lessons. Real, serious, life lessons. Here are a few things that my twenties taught me, realizations that will shape the way I enter my thirties.
While I know that rules will need to be in place for Wyatt as he grows up I think it is more important that we as his parents are setting the right example for him first and foremost. There are so many of aspects of his life that I cannot teach him through a "rule".
I wish I could say these are things I stopped and started doing a lot earlier than 27-years-old but timing is everything. Between the ages of 26 and 28, I did a lot of adulting, fast. Here are a few things I stopped and started doing once I hit 26.
Aside from sorting through my own heartbreak over losing her, I knew I was going to need to step up as a spouse during this time. Here are a few things I learned during this grieving process that I hope can help those who may find themselves in a similar situation one day.
Raise your hand if you have ever been personally victimized by TJ Maxx? Yeah. So, most of you. Here are the 11 phases of shopping at TJ Maxx.