A dog is not merely a pet, a dog is family.
Well since it is Mother's Day, I guess it's only appropriate I make a special post to all you mothers out there. No, I have no idea what it's like to have an infant stuck to my tit every 2-3 hours. No, I don't know what it's like to carry a child for 36-40 weeks, feel like you have to pee every two seconds, have raw nipples or have hemorrhoids. And no, I don't know what it's like to squeeze a watermelon out of a hole with a diameter of a large grape or small orange (depending on your "experience"). But I have witnessed first hand the most amazing miracle of life. The first time I saw a baby born, I was literally in the back of the room crying tears of joy and "bearing down" so hard with every contraction like my efforts could help the soon to be mommy giving birth.
|My little one and me the day I adopted her|
|Little one....so tiny then!|
|Miss Marie LOVES her Jayhawk Dress!|
|Boots wit da fur!|
|Mama Plouv with her new little princess|
|Now her little princess is all grown up!|
DQM Get Busy Livin' 5K
May 7, 2011
Even after years of tears, "I hate you", "You're the meanest mom in the world" and "I'll never be like you," here I am, striving to be just like you.
I love you, mom.
-Stay Sassy, xo
P.S. I suggest you all read one of my fellow friend's blogs today that he wrote about his mother. It's very touching and I had tears in my eyes. He's absolutely HILARIOUS, so check out his other writings too. And, I inspired the name of his blog. Check out Awkward with a Side of Ranch.