I am beyond exited that Thanksgiving is just around the corner. I can't wait to have a few extra days off to hang out with my husband and kiddos (especially after coming off of a 60+ hour work week last week), and to visit with my family. Excited for the food, too! And I just love Thanksgiving weekend, because that's usually when we get a Christmas tree and get all festive. I hope that everyone has a spectacularly fat and happy holiday.
Oh boy, do I have have so much to be thankful for. First off, my three Ramsey men (who are the light of my life) - thank you for being so fabulous. My husband is the Rhino glue in this family, thank you Barry for holding it all together, especially in these past few crazy weeks.. Thank you to my oldest son Weston, for being the caring, thoughtful, spunky wild child that you are. You make every day colorful and adventurous. And thank you to my little warrior peanut Curren for all the smiles and belly laughs that keep us all moving forward.
To my mother, who has been relentlessly supportive through the difficult times this past year has brought, thank you for your foundation. It may not have been actually possible to survive this year without your help. My children are so incredibly blessed to have such a loving grandma, who genuinely loves them for exactly who they are. You have made them so important in your life, and that is the greatest gift you could give them. Thank you for everything that you do for us. Thank you to my grandparents, Mary Jean and Rodney, who are the most amazing people on the planet. You have always put family first, and are such incredible role models. And thank you to our fabulous team of awesomeness (I mean therapists) who have pushed Curren so hard this past year and have become such an important part of our lives.
I am over the moon with the glorious week that Curren had last week. He was happy, healthy, and loving. But best of all, he had a huge milestone. He started actually pushing his legs in his little yellow pony walker. So much, in fact, that by the end of the weekend he was zooming around the living room from one end to the other. This is huge for this little guy, he is starting to figure out what his legs are capable of doing. It's been a beautiful weekend!
I also wanted to thank our photographer, Erika Iurovich, for the fabulous holiday pictures she captured of my little guys. These pictures just make me giddy, Love these two with all my heart, thank you so much Erika!
Everyone have a beautiful and blessed Thanksgiving!
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I am a mother, architect, wife, and a lover (not a fighter) - with a thirst for knowledge. My journey been recently refocused, as my family navigates through the world of medical and developmental uncertainty in hopes of providing every opportunity for my son to be his personal best in life.