Mother's Day 2010 was bitter sweet for me. I couldn't help but get a little teary eyed in church Sunday morning as I watched the families dedicating their children & babies. I was thinking, we would have been dedicating our own baby at the next dedication had I not miscarried. I am so thankful for my daughter & the beautiful gift she is to me. However, I have just been struggling these last few months waiting for my body to heal so we can expand our little family. I have to be honest, it's difficult for me to not be obsessive about it. I think having a miscarriage just makes you want to be pregnant again that much more. I have to give this struggle over to God daily because I know that he's in control & has a plan. I need to just be at peace & know that his timing is perfect, but it's easier said then done.
Okay, back to Mother's Day. We had breakfast with James's mom. We picked up breakfast & took it to them because James's dad is still recovering from his surgery. After church, we went to celebrate with my mom & family. My family never does ANYTHING on time, which is stressful on me. My grandmother wanted to go to the park with the kids, so that's what we did. I had so much fun watching the kids play. I wish I would have taken my camera. We also met my younger brother's girlfriend. It was a long day & Abigail did not have a nap, so it was an early night for us!