New Year’s Resolutions are something we’re all way too familiar with. From losing weight to checking another thing on our bucket list, it seems that most people just can’t stop themselves from making New Year’s resolutions year after year, this despite almost never achieving any of the goals.
This year I’m really 100% set on putting my all with my list. After all, this year is perhaps my shortest list of all time (except for the years that I forgot to make one at all). Here’s my list: canada goose kensington parka
- Work on my relationship with my husband
This list probably sounds off the mark when you look at the title of my post. After all, as a mom, shouldn’t it contain stuff like spend more time with the kids, be more consistent when it comes to discipline, hug my kids more, etc. All that is obviously important, and in the back of my mind, something I most definitely intend to do. However, after 7 years of marriage to my wonderful husband, we both have come to the realization that we have just been putting our relationship on the back burner. Saddled with multitudes of responsibilities, we’ve ended up putting our relationship on cruise control for too long; and get what happens canada-goose-outlet-toronto when you do? You crash.
This got us rethinking our priorities in life. Sure our child with special needs may need to do without some of the things he needs, but if it’ll mean his parents will be together and happier in their daily lives, I’m sure he’ll benefit from that more than from any other expensive therapy we can afford. Sure, our 10-month old would rather have me beside him 24/7, but I’m sure that when he grows up he’ll understand that mommy had to leave for a couple of hours a day to spend one-on-one time with daddy. In the end, the cliche that “the best gift we can give our children
is a happy marriage” is true.
And that is what I resolve to do this year – give them the gift of a truly whole family.
How about you? What’s your New Year’s resolution?