So much has happened in our lives since Thanksgiving of 2015. As I take a look at our "year in review" it is brings up a multitude of emotions. There were days that were just so amazing it is challenging to give them justice with only words. At the same time, there were days I would rather have never had and wish I could forget. As a family, we participated in some experiences that were no different from years past, but there were also new ones. No matter what the outcome of each one was, the experience itself continues to mold me, strengthen me, and help me to complete my purpose here on earth. I know the same holds true for Sonzee and all of our children.
As I read the quote posted above and I apply it to Sonzee, I am so thankful that she is laying in her favorite position on the floor half in her sensory box with her right thumb in her mouth and asleep. She has managed to be outpatient for 28 days (hmm, I see that must be our magic number), we may finally have a solution to her GI issues and she has a new activity chair that makes her capable of being an active member of our family. There are so many things to be thankful for when it comes to how she is doing and I am so thankful that this is where she is meant to be.
I think this is going to be one of those refrigerator magnet types of quotes for me. While there were many outcomes that occurred for me personally over this past year that I may not have agreed with, they needed to happen for me to be where I am at emotionally, physically, and spiritually. While all of those are different than where I was typing my Thanksgiving post one year ago, and while I may not be 100% okay with that now or for whatever is in store for me over the next year...it will always be exactly where and how it is meant to be.
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