TODAY!!! Woohoo! My annual list of things that happened to me while I was 34.
November: I had a beautiful little girl
December and January: Stayed home
February: Went back to work. 😦
March: Started running again
May: Ran the Corporate Challenge
June: Got my iPhone and went to Michigan City, IN
July: Planned an awesome birthday party for a four year old
August: Ran my second 1/2 marathon and went to Lollapalooza
September: Officially a pre-schooler mom
That is about it. Hopefully I will have a great year. My biggest birthday wish is that Mia would finally sleep thru the night. Let see how long it will be until my wish comes true. 😆
TODAY! Wow, another year has passed. Happy birthday to me! It is time to reminisce. (Can you tell I’m getting older? 😆 )
I had my gallbladder removed on Halloween.
Took Diego to Disney World for the first time in November/December.
I got eczema in January.
I started running again in Feb/March.
Leap Day happened.
Diego was officially potty trained in March.
I found out I was pregnant in April.
I ran the Corporate Challenge at almost 16 weeks in May.
One more race (Run for the Zoo 5K) in June.
Diego turned 3 in July.
Watched the Summer Olympics in August.
We did our annual apple picking trip in September.
And the Cubs disappointed me (and everyone else) AGAIN in October.
There were lot of other things along the year that I didn’t include (our trip to Wisconsin Dells in May, the day that the lake in the Dells drained, watched the 3rd of July fireworks, Diego’s numerous birthday parties, etc). But over all, I had a good year. Let’s see what this year will hold for me. 🙂
To my little man, Diego, who at 12:54 am made his grand appearance in this world. I can’t believe how three years have gone by so quickly. I will never forget the “angel kisses” on your nose and the spit bubbles that had formed on your lips when I first saw you. The way you looked at us wondering who the heck we were. It has been an interesting ride and it’s a ride I don’t want to get off. I hope this day will be a good one for you.
Hugs and Kisses, Mama